The Zambia Premier League has announced its plans to officially break away from the Football Association of Zambia (FAZ), starting from the 2023/24 football season.
Cephas Katongo, Chairman of the Zambia Premier League made the announcement during the MTN Super League awards last weekend, revealing that the move will enhanced professionalism and success in the Super League and more including the women’s league and division one.
Mr. Katongo also revealed the move will ensure that the challenges previously faced in administering the leagues would become a thing of the past.
By detaching from FAZ, the Premier League aims to streamline its operations, implement effective governance measures, and create an enabling environment to enhance success and a sustainable football ecosystem.
FAZ Vice President Justin Mumba expressed optimism about that this decision, while hoping it creates a positive impact and attract more sponsors for the league.
This move is expected to usher in a new era for Zambian football. An epoch marked by greater efficiency and professionalism.
Football enthusiasts eagerly await the implementation of these changes and the subsequent positive impact they could have on the overall development and growth of Zambian football.
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