Anything possible with Barbra in inspired form

WHEN Brazil women national team captain Marta made her Olympic debut in 2004, Zambia skipper Barbra Banda was only three years old. Marta has since gone on to break several records. But Banda has started writing her own history with just a maiden appearance at the Olympic Games in Tokyo, so there is no need to worry much. When Brazil’s oldest player, Formiga, appeared at the Olympics for the first time in Atlanta in 1996, none of the Zambian players who started in the 4-4 draw against China on Saturday were born. Shepolopolo’s oldest player, Anita Mulenga, who is 25 now, was only one year old.
But there is no need to worry much. When it comes to rewriting history, Banda has achieved CLICK TO READ MORE

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