THE Football Association of Zambia (FAZ) should take interest in lower division football.
There are a lot of wrong things going on.
One of the silent issues which is often buried is hooliganism, which becomes prevalent in the second round of the season as the race for promotion and demotion takes shape.
FAZ should introduce measures such as every Division Two, Three and One match being played in a fenced pitch as well as the availability of State police.
While some clubs in the lower ranks lack resources, FAZ should set minimum standards for any team wishing to enter the Premier League.
Baby-sitting lower division clubs is eroding standards of the game.
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