Brave Warriors gets Botswana in COSAFA Cup

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Host and defending champions Brave Warriors will start off with Botswana in the 2016 COSAFA Castle Cup to be staged in Namibia from June 11-25 following a draw conducted on Thursday night in Johannesburg.

Cosafa cup draw moved to Johannesburg

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Cosafa Chief Operations Officer Sue Destombes has announced the change of venue for the Cosafa Cup draw away from Windhoek on Thursday with Johannesburg the new venue for the much anticipated draw due to flight problems.

Cosafa Cup draw set for Thursday in Windhoek

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Windhoek is buzzing with excitement as it will host the draw for the 2016 COSAFA Castel Cup on Thursday night to determine the two groups as well as the quarterfinals which will involve the defending champions, the Brave Warriors.

Women Super League concludes in style

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The NFA Women Super League 2015/2016 season awards ceremony were held on Saturday at the NFA Technical centre with Tura Magic crowned champions and the NFA reaffirming their commitments to women football.

Young Warriors advance in CAF Qualifiers

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Katiti Hakuria and Venovineja Tjikundi scored to lead the Young Warriors to a comfortable 2-0 win over Swaziland on Friday afternoon and book progression to the second round 4-2 on aggregate in the 2017 CAF U/20 Africa Cup of Nations qualifiers.

Young Warriors kick off time moved to 15h00

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Kickoff time for the Young Warriors match against Swaziland in the 2017 CAF U/20 Africa Cup of Nations qualifiers has been moved to 15h00 on Friday at the Sam Nujoma Stadium due to lighting problem at the Sam Nujoma Stadium.

Mannetti reveals coaching Philosophy

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Ricardo Mannetti led Namibia to the COSAFA Castle Cup title in South Africa last year, providing the country with one of the greatest days in their history on the football pitch and he remains in charge for the defence of their title on home soil from June 11-25, when he will seek to engineer a rare feat of back-to-back COSAFA Castle Cup wins.

It’s only the beginning for Zenatha and Thomalina

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Namibia’s most celebrated women footballers, Zenatha Coleman and Thomalina Adams left for London last night en route to joining up with their new professional European club, Gintra Universitetas in Lithuania.

Dr. Ngalangi continues to serve and inspire

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Namibia Football Association (NFA) 1st Vice President Dr. Sakaria Naftal Ngalangi’s latest qualifications is necessary as he continues to contribute to football development in Namibia as well as guide the youth through an improved education system.

Dr. Ngalangi who was voted into the NFA Presidency in December 2014 graduated with a Doctor of Philosophy in Education on April, 1 2016 at Rhodes University in Grahamstown, Eastern Cape, South Africa and states that his new found academic qualification means a lot to Namibia.

Mental fitness will do the job- Gunter

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An improved defense and mental discipline will be key for their Young Warriors when they face Swaziland in their 2017 CAF U20 Africa Cup of Nations qualifiers first round, second leg match at the Sam Nujoma Stadium on Friday, 16h00.

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