Brave Warriors coach Ricardo Mannetti have named a 23-men squad for the crucial AFCON 2017 clash against Senegal in Windhoek on 05 September and they will resume training at the Sam Nujoma stadium on Monday before the final 18 are announced on Wednesday.
Brave Warriors coach Ricardo Mannetti is sweating on the fitness of reliable defender Dennis Ngueza as well as goalkeeper Lloyd Kazapua as the team prepares for their 2017 AFCON qualifier against Senegal in early September.
The Brave Warriors are in second training camp this weekend as preparations for the 2017 ACFON Qualifier against Senegal on September 5 in Windhoek gains momentum with emphasis on players conditioning.
Ahead of the 2017 African Cup of Nations Qualifier against Senegal, Brave Warriors coach Ricardo Mannetti is satisfied with the players’ fitness following a training camp held this weekend in Windhoek.
Following his reappointment as Brave Warriors coach on Monday, Coach Ricardo Mannetti has called up a 17-men squad of local-based players for a training camp that will take place this weekend as Namibia prepares for her next 2017 African Cup of Nations 2017 qualification match against Senegal in September.
Ricardo Mannetti return to the hot seat of the Brave Warriors with 2019 African Cup of Nations (AFCON) qualification the main target as he signed four-year deal, announced today at Football House by NFA President Frans Mbidi.
Lack of experience and decision making in the final third was the undoing of the Brave Warriors as they lost to Zambia on Saturday afternoon at the Nkoloma Stadium, Lusaka, in the 2016 African Nations Championship (CHAN) qualifier.
Benyamin Nenkavu scored a wonder goal on stroke of halftime to draw Namibia level against Zambia before Winstone Kalengo headed the home side into a 2-1 lead and the tie into penalties to decide the winner of the 2016 CHAN qualifier at the Nkoloma Stadium in Lusaka on Saturday afternoon.