THE Football Association of Zambia has summoned Nkana Football Club for a disciplinary hearing this Saturday following the misconduct of its players and fans during last Sunday’s charity shield finals.
According to Football House, the FAZ disciplinary committee meeting is set to sit this Saturday to deliberate evidence related to the mayhem caused at Levy Mwanawasa Stadium in Ndola.
“The Football Association of Zambia (FAZ) has summoned three clubs to a disciplinary hearing scheduled for Saturday 8th April, 2017 at Football House,” according to a statement issued by communications manager Desmond Katongo. “The clubs summoned are Nkana, Livingstone Pride and Kazungula. Nkana has been summoned in connection with their fans’ unruly behavior during last Sunday’s Samuel ‘Zoom’ Ndlovu Charity Shield final between Zesco United and Nkana at the Levy Mwanawasa stadium.
FAZ has already sounded the war drums on Nkana by warning that it will not entertain hooliganism in football.
During the last Sunday’s Samuel ‘Zoom’ Ndhlovu Charity Shield final which Zesco won 2-0, Nkana fans ran amoc and caused the match to be suspended for about five minutes in the second half after referee Wellington Kaoma sent off Malama for violently stepping on Zesco defender Ben Adama Bahn with the Kitwe giants trailing 1- 0.
Malama’s red carding enraged Bwalya who shoved Kaoma before some Nkana coaching staff and benched players quickly restrained him.