THE Football Association of Zambia says it is happy with the prevailing peace and stability at City of Lusaka after ceaseless wrangles that characterised the club over the past two seasons.
“The end of the football impasse that gripped the club in the last one year is significant to the development of football at the club and the country at large,” FAZ president Andrew Kamanga said.
He also expressed delight at the massive infrastructure development that has taken shape at the club.
Kamanga said he was optimistic that City of Lusaka would hire out their stadium to be used for Super League games.
“I am confident that the 8,000 capacity stadium will be able to host some Super Division matches that will be televised by the Super League official broadcaster, SuperSport,” said Kamanga.
Lusaka Dynamos and Napsa Stars are earmarked to play their home matches at Woodlands Stadium for the 2019 season.
Last week, FAZ held a closed door meeting with City of Lusaka officials where the two parties discussed a wide range of developmental issues.