Davies Phiri

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Davies Phiri
Personal information
Date of birth (1976-04-01) 1 April 1976 (age 45)
Place of birth Mufulira, Zambia
Club information
Current team

Davies Phiri (born 1 April 1976 in Mufulira) is a former Zambian football (soccer) goalkeeper who is currently the goalkeeper coach for Durban based football team, AmaZulu F.C.. He previously played for Durban Stars, Golden Arrows and Kabwe Warriors.

As a player he was part of the Zambian 1996 African Cup of Nations squad that lost in the semi-finals to 4–2. He was a member of the 1998 African Cup of Nations squad, that finished third in group D on 4 points; the 2000 African Nations Cup team, who finished third in group C in the first round of competition; and, part of the 2002 African Cup of Nations squad that finished fourth in Group D on 1 point.

As a coach he was drafted in 2011 into the Zambian technical team to help prepare the squad for the 2012 Africa Cup of Nations. The team went on to win the competition, 8–7 on penalties against Ivory Coast.

Coaching career[]

Year Team Position
2014–Present AmaZulu F.C.[1] Goalkeeper coach
2011– Present Zambia national football team Goalkeeper Coach
2011 Goalkeeper Coach
2010-2011 Nathi Lions Goalkeeper Coach
2009-2010 Goalkeeper Coach

Playing career[]

Years Team
2007-2008 Durban Stars
2002-2007 Golden Arrows
1993-2002 Kabwe Warriors


  1. ^ "AmaZulu Appoint Phiri as Goalkeeper Coach". 28 November 2014.

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