Brave Warriors coach Ricardo Mannetti on Monday have included goalkeeper Vrigil Vries and midfielder Manfred Starke in his 23-men contingent that will do duty in the forthcoming international friendly soccer match against Tanzania scheduled for Wednesday, 5 March, at the Sam Nujoma Stadium.
The stage for the Bidvest Namibia Cup’s Last-16 Round have been set, with the “icing on the cherry” coming in a form of playing gears that were handed over to the participating teams on Tuesday at the Football House.
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Namibia Football Association (NFA) president John Muinjo will have the honour of commissioning the international friendly match between South Africa and Brazil on 5 March at the FNB Stadium in Johannesburg, South Africa.
Orlando Pirates will face African Stars on Friday night at the Sam Nujoma Stadium with Tigers versus Blue Waters is at Mariental and Blue Birds against Black Africa in Gobabis in the 2014 Bidvest Namibia Cup last-16 Round encounters.
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As the Brave Gladiators prepare to host the Ninth edition of African Women Football championship in October, the Westphalia Football Association, the German Development agency GIZ and the Namibia Football Association (NFA) cooperation has yield a Girls Hostel which is five minutes’ walk to the NFA Technical Centre.
African Stars coach Woody Jacobs states that his side were lucky to get away with a 2-1 victory over Eleven Arrows and Black Africa coach Brain Isaacs admit they were not at their best as they saw off Cuca Tops 2-1 in the Bidvest Namibia Cup last-32 Round on Saturday.
Levis Meraai Swartbooi scored a minute from time to hand African Stars a 2-1 over Eleven Arrows while Willy Stephanus’ brace was enough to see Black Africa through in the last-32 Round matches of the Bidvest Namibia Cup played on Saturday.
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Namibia Football Association (NFA) Secretary General Barry Rukoro says the Namibia women soccer team, the “Brave Gladiators”, should be used as pioneers during the October African Women’s Championships to change the perception harboured by many that Namibians are not a soccer-loving nation.
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Namibia Football Association (NFA)’s Secretary General Barry Rukoro remains unwavering that come October his association in conjunction with CAF will pull all stops to stage a successful African Women’s Football Championship showpiece as preparations are according to plan and the CAF Inspection team will be here from 10 to 14 March.
Black Africa will leave no stone unturned in their quest to win the elusive Bidvest Namibia Cup but they are aware that it won’t be easy as they start off their campaign against Cuca Tops on Saturday at the Sam Nujoma Stadium.