Gladiators works on fitness for African Nations Cup qualifiers

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In their quest to qualify for the 2018 Confederation of African Football (CAF) African Women Cup of Nations, the Brave Gladiators started with their qualifiers training camp in earnest this week with much emphasis on fitness with Zimbabwe to come to town on 31 March.

Referee Shongedi leads team to Angola

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Namibian referee Jonas Shongedi leads a team of match officials to Angola this weekend as local side Atletico Petróleos de Luanda welcomes Malawi’s Masters Security Services FC for their 2018 Confederation of African Football (CAF) Confederations Cup Preliminary Round First leg match on Saturday in Luanda.

Shipanga attends FIFA Technical Worksop

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Former Namibia Women National football coach, Jacqueline Shipanga is attending a FIFA Technical Experts’ Worksop in Doha, Qatar, where she will exchange experiences with fellow football experts in various areas of football from across the world.

The Brave Warriors arrive in Windhoek

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The Brave Warriors arrived to a packed reception Hosea Kutako International Airport this morning, with supporters waiting to flash their cameras as they pose with the stars and congratulate them for their great display of football during their games in Morocco.

Improving Warriors lost to a better side-Mannetti

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Morocco’s tactical prowess, height and home ground advantage were the determining factors in ending the Brave warriors amazing run at the African Nations Championships (CHAN) finals as they lost 2-0 to the host on Saturday night in Casablanca.

Brave Warriors lose to Morocco

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A goal either half saw Morocco past a resurgent Brave Warriors at a packed Mohammed V stadium in Casablanca on Saturday night in the first quarterfinal match of the 2018 African Nations Championships (CHAN) finals underway in Morocco.

Iimbondi joins Nekundi in attack for Morocco clash

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Absalom Iimbondi wil start in attack with Panduleni Nekundi in the Brave Warriors 2018 African Nations Championship (CHAN) quarterfinal clash against host Morocco at the Mohammed V stadium in Casablanca on Saturday afternoon, 18h30, Namibian time.

We are a game away from the semifinals- Mannetti

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The Brave Warriors will come out with the goal of reaching the semifinal of the 2018 African Nations championship (CHAN) finals at the Lions’ Den, the Mohammed V Stadium in Casablanca on Saturday afternoon for their clash against host Morocco.

Combine speed with defensive tactics- Mbidi

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The Brave Warriors will have to combine the tactical plan from the three games coupled with speed to beat Morocco when the two sides meet in the Saturday’s quarterfinal clash, 18h30, at the Mohammed V Stadium in Casablanca at the 2018 Africa Nations Championship (CHAN) finals.

Tjongarero implores Warriors to do their best against Morocco

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Namibia will have to do their very best to overcome Morocco on Saturday quarterfinal clash at the Mohammed V Stadium in Casablanca as the 2018 Africa Nations Championship (CHAN) finals reach the second round, says Youth and Sports Deputy Minister Agnes Tjongarero.

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