Brave Warriors

We deserve the result we got-Mannetti

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The Brave Warriors deserve their result on Tuesday night as they missed out on the 2018 Cosafa Cup Plate Final with a 4-1 defeat to South Africa in their semi-final match at the Peter Mokaba Stadium in Polokwane, South Africa.

Warriors trio doubtful for SA clash

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The Brave Warriors are sweating on the fitness of strikers Itamunua Keimuine and Panduleni Nekundi as well as anchorman Dyanamo Fredericks ahead of their Tuesday’s Cosafa Cup Plate Section semifinal clash against South Africa in Polokwane.

Disappointed Warriors turns focus to Cosafa Cup and AFCON

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A disappointed Brave Warriors will focus on Tuesday’s Cosafa Plate Section semifinals as Ricardo Mannetti promises changes with plans for the 2019 Confederation of African Football (CAF) Nations Cup qualifiers against Zambia in September.

Brave Warriors lose on penalties to Zambia

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The Brave Warriors lost 4-3 on penalties against Zambia in the 2018 COSAFA Cup quarterfinal match on Saturday at the New Peter Mokaba Stadium in Polokwane following a hard fought goalless 90 minutes.

Brave Warriors plots Zambia demise at Cosafa Cup

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It will be equal perking when the Brave Warriors takes on rivals Zambia at the Confederation of Southern Africa Football Associations (Cosafa) Cup quarterfinals on June 2, 15h00, at the Old Peter Mokaba Stadium, Polokwane, South Africa.

Brave Warriors at the HPC for Cosafa Cup

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The Brave Warriors plans for the 2018 Cosafa Cup are on course as they departed for the Pretoria High Performance Centre on Saturday ahead of their quarterfinals clash against Zambia on June 2 in Polokwane.

Mannetti names Cosafa Cup hopefuls

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Petrus Shitembi and Benson Shilongo will have to sit out of this year’s Tafel Lager Brave Warriors Squad for the upcoming Cosafa Cup due to injuries as coach Ricardo Mannetti names 24 players for training camp.

Brave Warriors Cosafa Cup profile

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In 2008 Namibia broke a run of seven first round exits in the COSAFA Cup – when they lost to Zimbabwe, Mauritius, Swaziland, Angola and Botswana three times – as they progressed to the quarterfinals before losing out to a South African President’s XI.

Physical Swaziland beat Brave Warriors

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The physical appearance of Swaziland coupled with the seven new players on Thursday contributed to the Brave warriors 1-0 defeat against the host in Manzini in a friendly match and coach Ricardo Mannetti calls on focus on development of psychically apt defenders.

This is observation of coach Ricardo Mannetti in the friendly match played as part of Swaziland’s 50th Independence Anniversary in Manzini on Thursday night and he calls on local coaches to do more to help the national team.

Déjà vu as Namibia gets Zambia in Cosafa Cup

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The Brave Warriors will face Zambia in the 18th edition of the COSAFA Cup in May and coach Ricardo Mannetti says the repeat of the 2015 and 2016 wins will be what the doctor should prescribe for his team.

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