Football

Police coach, player moved to UTH

ROBINSON KUNDA and ALEX NJOVU, Lusaka
POLICE Flying Eagles coach Keith Mulamba and player Moses Njovu have been transferred to University Teaching Hospital (UTH) in Lusaka for

specialist treatment.
The two sustained injuries when a Toyota Hiace they were travelling in overturned after a tyre burst, 50 kilometres south of Mazabuka in Magoye on Sunday night.
Club chairman James Mpooma confirmed in an interview yesterday the transfer of the two from Mazabuka District Hospital.
Eight people sustained injuries in the accident, which happened at 20:30hours.
Eagles were travelling to Mazabuka after losing 2-1 to Choma Police in a Division Two Week 17 match.
And Southern Province police commissioner Bonny Kapeso said driver Mulamba, 40, lost control of the vehicle after the tyre burst.
Kapeso said Mulamba sustained a fractured right arm and so did Njovu, 28.
“The driver [Mulamba] sustained a fractured right arm and is admitted at Mazabuka District Hospital with another passenger identified as Moses Njovu, aged 28, of house number 2 stage 2 compound in Mazabuka, who also sustained a fractured right arm while six others sustained minor injuries and were treated and discharged,” Kapeso said.
Eagles have 20 points, 11 behind leaders Maramba Stars.



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