- Moses Simwala (16 July 1949 – 19 September 1993) was a Zambian footballer and coach.
- Simwala was born Moses Jimwala in
Kitwe toKatontoka and Belita Jimwala who originated from the North-Western Province of Zambia and settled in the Copperbelt town of Kalulushi.
- He was the third born of six sons and three daughters and played
with home-madefootballs with his friends at Twibukishe open grounds.
- Simwala started playing football for the school team at Luanshimba in 1966, the same year in which he joined Rhokana United.
- He went to Wusaklie Primary School in 1959 and later moved to Nkana Primary School from where he was selected to Luanshimba Secondary
- His favourite subjects were chemistry and health sciences and he completed his secondary school education in 1970.
- Nicknamed ‘the chairman,’ Simwala featured for Zambia and Rhokana United (later Nkana Red Devils and now Nkana F.C.) as a
- Moses was voted Zambian coach of the year in 1988 and 1989.
- In 1980, Simwala was appointed Rhokana United (who were by then renamed Nkana Red Devils) coach.
- Simwala was picked to replace Ndhlovu as interim Zambian coach after Zambia lost a World Cup qualifier in Madagascar in December 1992,
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