Brave Warriors

Mannetti takes 21 to Swaziland

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Brave Warriors coach Ricardo Mannetti will take 21 players to Manzini, Swaziland for a friendly match on Thursday as Tigers goalkeeper Immanuel Immanuel and Eleven Arrows’ Josef Ngifindwako are dropped ahead of the team’s departure on Wednesday afternoon.

Brave Warriors visits Swaziland for a friendly

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Swaziland will celebrate 50 years of independence this coming weekend and to make the event more memorable the country has requested the Brave Warriors travels to Manzini for a friendly match against their national team on Thursday, 19 April.

Brave Warriors beat Lesotho

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Vitapi Ngaruka and Benson Shilongo scored in the second half to complete a comprehensive comeback from the Brave Warriors for their 2-1 over Lesotho in a thrilling international friendly match played at the Sam Nujoma stadium on Tuesday night.

Three debutants for Warriors against Lesotho

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There will be three new faces for the Brave Warriors as they take on Lesotho tonight at the Sam Nujoma stadium in their international friendly match with Romeo Kasume, Hubert Mingeri and Aprocius Petrus making the team.

We always play to win- Kanalelo

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Despite mixing experience with youth for the international friendly match against Lesotho on Tuesday night at the Sam Nujoma stadium, 20h00, the Brave Warriors will leave no stone unturned in their quest for victory.

Shalulile out of Lesotho friendly

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South African First Division League leaders Highland Parks FC striker Peter Shalulile is out of the Brave Warriors friendly match against Lesotho on Tuesday, 27 March at the Sam Nujoma Stadium due to club commitment.

Mannetti calls up 12 youth players for Lesotho friendly

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Looking to the future, Brave Warriors coach Ricardo Mannetti has called up 12 youth players for the international friendly match against Lesotho to be played on 27 March, 20h00 at the Sam Nujoma Stadium.

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.

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