Hindjou and Tjongarero fans as Warriors get Kappa gear

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Namibia’s Deputy Minister of Youth and Sports Agnes Tjongarero and former Brave Warriors poster boy Congo Hindjou will lead the Warriors chants at the Grand Stade Marrakesh as the new look Brave Warriors competes at the 2018 Africa Nations Championship (CHAN) finals.

Martin relishes return to Brave Warriors

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Brave Warriors player Emilio Martin makes a return to the team after his last appearance in 2015 and his return will be at the continental tournament the 2018 Africa Nations Championship (CHAN) to be held in Morocco from 12 January to 04 February.

Nekundi aims to take league form into CHAN

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Brave Warriors red hot striker Panduleni Nekundi plans on having his scoring shoes on as Namibia takes on Ivory Coast, Uganda and Zambia in the first round of their maiden appearance at the 2018 African Nations Championships (CHAN) finals in Morocco, starting this Friday.

Keimuine scores in Physical draw with Rwanda

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Recalled Brave Warriors striker Itamunua Keimuine came off the bench to score in Namibia’s 1-1 draw with Rwanda in a friendly match played on Sunday in Tunis, Tunisia in preparations for the 2018 African Nations Championships (CHAN) Finals to be hosted in Morocco from 12 January to 04 February.

Life Fighters’ Useb living the dream with Brave Warriors

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Life Fighters midfielder Kleophas Desmond Useb is living the dream with his inclusion into the final 23 Brave Warriors to represent Namibia at the upcoming 2018 African Nations Championships (CHAN) finals in Morocco where Namibia will play Ivory Coast, Uganda and Zambia in Group B.

Mannetti names 23 for 2018 CHAN finals

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Experience and versatility were key in Ricardo Mannetti naming his 23 men squad for the upcoming 2018 Confederation of African Football (CAF) Africa Nations Championship (CHAN) finals to be held in Morocco from 12 January to 04 February as Ivory Coast, Zambia and Uganda awaits Namibia in Group B.

Nenkavu joins Warriors for Tunis

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The Brave Warriors will be heading out to Tunis on Wednesday and coach Ricardo Mannetti has trimmed down his 2018 Africa Nations Championship final training squad to 27 players as Namibia’s prepares for Ivory Coast, Uganda and Zambia Group B of the finals to be held in Morocco in January.

Wangu exit as Katupose is doubtful and Keimuine returns

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Brave Warriors midfielder Wangu Gome is out of contention for the final team to compete at the 2018 African Nations Championships (CHAN) finals while Itamunua Keimuine makes a return as Muna Katupose struggles to recover from a knee injury.

Mannetti calls 31 to prepare for CHAN finals

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Head coach Ricardo Mannetti has named a 31 men training squad ahead of the Brave Warriors departure for Tunisia en route to the 2018 Africa Nations Championship finals in Morocco where Ivory Coast, Uganda and Zambia awaits in Group B of Namibia’s maiden appearance at the continental showpiece.

Young Warriors draw and exit Cosafa Youth Champs

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The Young Warriors played to a goalless draw with Zimbabwe on Tuesday afternoon at the Nkana Stadium in Kitwe to all but bow out of 2017 Cosafa Under -20 Championships underway in Zambia as they finished behind Lesotho and Zimbabwe.

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