Submitted by mediaofficer on Fri, 2013-03-08 11:46
There will be sombre mood across Namibia football this weekend as it mourns the death of Desert Rollers captain Richard Rico /Nanub who died on Wednesday afternoon at the Katutura Hospital Acute Centre.
With the Brave Warriors to host Malawi on 23 March, local-based Warriors went through a Biokinetic testing at the NFA Technical Centre.
According to the acting head coach of the Brave Warriors Bernard Kaanjuka, 21 local players underwent the test on Tuesday and Wednesday at the NFA Technical Centre to detect any injuries and allow the Technical team to make informed decision on their inclusion for future national team duties.
Giant killers Hotspurs will face African Stars as Mighty Gunners take on Blue Waters in the quarterfinals of the Bidvest Namibia Cup.
The draw which took place at Wernhil Park this afternoon pitted first division side Hotspurs against African Stars while in an-all premiership battles, Mighty Gunners face Blue Waters and Rundu Chiefs takes on Orlando Pirates.
The Bidvest Namibia Cup quarterfinal clashes will be confirmed on Tuesday as the draw takes place are the Wernhill Shopping Centre at 12h00.
Following the last-16 action over the past weekend, eight clubs, African Stars, Rundu Chiefs, African Lions, Orlando Pirates, United Stars, Mighty Gunners, Hotspurs and Blue Waters will go into the hat to decide the encounters in the quarterfinals of the Bidvest Namibia Cup.
Submitted by mediaofficer on Fri, 2013-03-01 11:49
The NFA Galz & Goals program is in Otjiwarongo this week and ends with a festival on Saturday at the Mokati Stadium.
The one week program for coaches started off with a three-day workshop on Sport 2 Life and Healthy Lifestyles, facilitated by SCORE Namibia and moved onto the NFA Introductory Coaching Course conducted by FIFA Instructor and Head Coach of the Brave Gladiators, Jacqui Shipanga.