FAZ PRESIDENT STIFFENS RULES ON INTERNATIONAL PLAYERS TO PLAY FOR LOCAL CLUBS
The football association of Zambia will step up a its control on influx of foreign players by allowing only at least those that have represented their national team at national team level and are well recognized in their country of origin to play for local league.
fAZ president Andrew Kamanga said that the association’s desire is to have foreign players that at least have a cup for their national teams and those that will be coming from top clubs in a bid to have a competitive local league.
‘’We also hope we can enhance the quality of foreign players trekking to our league by tightening the screws around easy access’’ the boss said.
Kamanga said the national authorities, through the immigration department and ministry of Home Affairs, have taken keen interest in the influx of foreign players in the country.