The tragic story of Ginger Pensulo

A Sporting Chance of After-care aims to utilise the power of sport and the love of it, especially football to help persuade alienated victims of miscarriages of justice back into society. Meanwhile, Proved Innocent demonstrates serious flaws in the provision of after-care and highlights a major change in those provisions

Sporting Chance of After Care

“You may choose to look the other way, but you can never say again that you did not know”
- William Wilberforce

Africa's Goal King

Godfrey ‘Ucar’ Chitalu scored for fun, but Africa’s goal king has been denied the respect he is due. Just 45 when he died in the Gabon Plane Crash, he was on his way to showing that great, even controversial, players, can become great coaches too.
We believe that facts speak for themselves. Chitalu holds two world records – he broke another two as well – his own. He also holds two African Cup of Champions Clubs records, which have yet to be acknowledged. And that is just his phenomenal 1972.

The tragic story of Ginger Pensulo

March 22, 2020

The Football Heroes of Independence

By Satish Sekar © Satish Sekar (March 2020) Independence Football Within three and a half years of the match in […]
March 22, 2020

Beneficiaries

By Satish Sekar © Satish Sekar (March 2020) Zambia’s football heroes of independence are enduring their darkest hour. They played […]

Sporting Chance of After Care

April 2, 2017

Wasted Opportunities

By Satish Sekar © Satish Sekar (March 13th 2017) Icons Emmy Musonda is not the only former sporting icon to […]
April 2, 2017

Musonda’s Plight Touches Football’s Blacklist Stars

By Satish Sekar © Satish Sekar (March 28th 2017) Legends Rally to Musonda Chelsea’s first black player and icon of […]
April 1, 2017

Supporting Emmy – Super Eagles

By Satish Sekar © Satish Sekar (March 27th 2017) Nigerian footballers showed that they really are Super-Eagles. After hearing of […]
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Africa Supports Legendary Emmy Musonda Part 1

By Satish Sekar © Satish Sekar (March 15th 2017) Under-20 AFCON Zambian defender and gifted on-pitch leader of the Chipolopolo, […]

Africa's Goal King

December 30, 2020

Africa’s Undisputed Goal King (Part Twenty-Four) Incomprehensible

By Satish Sekar © Satish Sekar (May 13th 2020) APotY Absentees Zambian great Godfrey Chitalu had played the year of […]
December 28, 2020

Africa’s Undisputed Goal King (Part Twenty-Three) The Year of APoTY Anomalies

By Satish Sekar © Satish Sekar (May 13th 2020) Most Deserving The inaugural African Player of the Year (APotY) Award […]
December 28, 2020

Africa’s Undisputed Goal King (Part Twenty-Two) The Top Ten?

By Satish Sekar © Satish Sekar (May 13th 2020) The Best of the Rest? Africa’s Goal King, Godfrey Chitalu had […]
December 27, 2020

Africa’s Undisputed Goal King (Part Twenty-One) Clubs & Country

By Satish Sekar © Satish Sekar (May 13th 2020) The Club Scene Asante Kotoko and Black Stars great, Malik Jabir, […]
December 27, 2020

Africa’s Undisputed Goal King (Part Twenty) Flawed Basis

By Satish Sekar © Satish Sekar (May 13th 2020) Humiliation While Godfrey Chitalu was having the year of his life, […]
December 27, 2020

Africa’s Undisputed Goal King (Part Nineteen) The Doldrums

By Satish Sekar © Satish Sekar (May 13th 2020) Bad to Worse The APotY vote of 1972 was bizarre to […]
December 27, 2020

Africa’s Undisputed Goal King (Part Eighteen) The Decline and Fall of Africa’s Finest

By Satish Sekar © Satish Sekar (May 13th 2020) The Decline and Fall of the African Team of the 1960s […]
December 27, 2020

Africa’s Undisputed Goal King (Part Seventeen) The Roots of Decline

By Satish Sekar © Satish Sekar (May 13th 2020) The Rot Ghana’s Black Stars had lost the 1970 Africa Cup […]
November 8, 2020

Africa’s Undisputed Goal King (Part Sixteen) The End of an Era

By Satish Sekar © Satish Sekar (May 13th 2020) Strange Fruit Godfrey Chitalu’s 1972 was without one of the greatest […]