Brave Warriors

Warriors rue missed chances in defeat to Guinea

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The Brave Warriors can still do enough in the return leg to progress to the next round of the 2018 FIFA World Cup qualifiers despite losing 1-0 at home against Guinea on Thursday afternoon at the Sam Nujoma stadium.

Mbaeva starts, Gome drops out for Guinea

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Maximillian Mbaeva will start in goal yet again with Peter Shalulile joining Benson Shilongo in attack as the Brave Warriors takes on Guinea today at 16h00 at the majestic Sam Nujoma Stadium in the 2018 FIFA World Cup Qualifiers second round first leg.

Winning momentum needs to continue: Mannetti

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The Brave Warriors will have to keep the winning momentum going and play better against Guinea when they host the West Africans on Thursday afternoon, 16h00, at the Sam Nujoma Stadium in the second round first leg match of the 2018 FIFA World Cup qualifiers.

Warriors takes bronze in Angola

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The Brave warriors were bronze winners at the four-nation international tournament Angola 40 years Independence tournament after beating Zambia 4-3 post a goalless 90 minutes of action at the 11 de November Stadium on Saturday at the 11 de Novembro Stadium in Luanda.

20 Brave Warriors departs for Angola

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Johannes Nambuli and Gabriel Malakia of Blue Waters and Young Chiefs’ Edmund Amugongo are among the six players that did not make the trip to Angola as the local-based Brave Warriors visits Luanda for Angola’s “At 40 Years” Independence international football tournament this weekend.

Warriors up for Angola’s 40 years tournament

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The Brave Warriors had their first training session on Tuesday at the Sam Nujoma Stadium ahead of the team’s departure on Thursday to Angola’s “At 40 Years” Independence international football tournament this weekend.

Mannetti calls 26 locals for Angola tourney

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Brave Warriors coach Ricardo Mannetti has called up 26 local-based players in preparations for the Four Nations Tournament in Angola next weekend as he looks to expand the net and further assess some players for the Warriors and future African Nations Championship (CHAN) qualifiers.

Pressure mounts on Warriors after awards

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2015 Namibia Most Improved Player of the Year Peter Shalulile reckons the award the team won on Friday and his personal award will push the team to new heights as they look ahead to the 2018 FIFA World Cup Qualifiers in early November.

Warriors advance with 2-1 win

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The Brave Warriors got their equalizer just at the right time in their come from behind 2-1 victory over Gambia at the Sam Nujoma stadium on Thursday afternoon that sent them through to the second round of qualification for the 2018 Russia FIFA World Cup.

Shalulile and Haoseb boast Warriors

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Injury doubts Peter Shalulile and Denzil Hoaseb are passed fit and available for the crucial Brave Warriors 2018 FIFA World Cup Qualifiers against the visiting Gambia at the Sam Nujoma Stadium, today at 16h00.

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