Brave Warriors

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.

Warriors AFCON qualifiers moved into late 2018

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Namibia’s qualifications for the Confederation of African Football (CAF) 2019 African Cup of Nations finals will be determined between September 2018 and March 2019 due to changes in qualifiers calendar to allow Africa representatives at the 2018 FIFA World Cup enough time to prepare.

It’s possible to surprise them- Mannetti on CHAN finals draw

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The Brave Warriors can beat their 2018 African Nations Championship CHAN) Group B opponents if they play to their strength and get the tactics right despite their underdogs’ tag against Zambia Uganda and Ivory Coast.

Mannetti- We will be underdogs

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The Brave Warriors will be underdogs against whoever they face at upcoming 2018 African Nations Championship (CHAN) finals in Morocco based on their Pot four seeding for the final draw set for Friday 17 November.

Brave Warriors display gives hope- Hindjou

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The Brave Warriors’ 3-1 thumping of Zimbabwe on Saturday gives the nation hope as they prepare to compete at the upcoming Africa Nations Championship (CHAN) finals in Morocco, legend Congo Hindjou says.

Brave Warriors wins Dr. Geingob Cup at a packed Stadium

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A brace by Hendrick Somaeb and a strike by Peter Shalulile in the first half were enough to see the Brave Warriors defeat the Warriors of Zimbabwe 3-1 in the 2017 Dr. Hage Geingob Cup played a packed to the rafters Sam Nujoma Stadium on Saturday afternoon.

Maova and Nekundi doubts for Geingob Cup

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Brave Warriors goalkeeper Edward Maova will not start the 2017 Dr. Hage Geingob Cup against the Warriors of Zimbabwe on Saturday 11th November 2017 at the Sam Nujoma Stadium due to injury and Panduleni Nekundi is also a doubtful starter.

Geingob calls on Brave Warriors to win his Cup

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Namibia’s President Hage Geingob have implored the Brave Warriors to ensure that the 2017 Dr. Hage Geingob Cup remains at home as Ricardo Mannetti and the mostly local-based boys take on the Warriors of Zimbabwe on Saturday 11th November 2017 at the Sam Nujoma Stadium.

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