Brave Warriors

Ten-men Warriors draw with Swaziland

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Returning winger Deon Hotto scored for the 10-men Brave Warriors in their one-all draw against Swaziland on Wednesday night at the Sam Nujoma Stadium in Windhoek.

Andreas to handle Warriors vs Swaziland


Renowned international referee Helmut Andreas will be in charge of tonight’s international friendly match between the Brave Warriors and their visitors Swaziland at the Sam Nujoma Stadium in Katutura.

Katjiukua ready to give all against Swaziland


The Brave Warriors will give their best for the encounter against Swaziland in an international friendly match on Wednesday at the Sam Nujoma Stadium.

This is revealed by seasoned defender Chris Katjiukua, making a return to national team colors, together with Golden Arrows teammate Deon Hotto, having both recovered from lengthy injuries.

Brave Warriors plan to ambush Swazis


The Brave Warriors newest crop of young players perfectly complements the senior players and will play for victory on Wednesday night against Swaziland at the Sam Nujoma Stadium at 20h00.

Club football can be beneficial -Kaimbi


Brave Warriors midfielder Lazarus Kaimbi reckons being active for one’s club will be beneficial for the national team as long as the technical team tracks the progress of all players in their respective leagues.

National team is different- Tja Tjinotjiua


Brave Warriors new recruit Tjiuana tja Tjinotjiua says sometimes you just need to keep doing you best for you to be rewarded in the most unbelievable of ways and if given a chance to play against Swaziland next Wednesday, he will again give his best.

Be active to play for Warriors


A new blend of players forms part of the 23-man squad called up by Brave Warriors coach Ricardo Mannetti ahead of the international friendly against Swaziland on Wednesday next week at the Sam Nujoma Stadium.

Brave Warriors host Swaziland on 10 September


With major revamp plans on the cards for the senior national team, the Brave Warriors will be hosting Swaziland on 10 September 2014 at the Sam Nujoma stadium in an international friendly encounter to herald in a new era.

Brave Warriors players on Wednesday night football


It was a great Wednesday night to for Namibian footballers plying their trade abroad as they scored and helped their sides in league football in both South Africa and Thailand.

Lack of mental strength and absence of key players cost Warriors

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The Brave Warriors succumbed to lack of composure and absence of key players in their all-important 205 CAF ACFION qualifiers which eventually led to a 3-0 drubbing at Congo on Sunday afternoon at Complex Sportif de Pointe Noire.

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