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.
The Brave Warriors will use their strength on Saturday afternoon at the Nkolama Stadium in Lusaka as they plan to advance to the next round of the 2016 African Nations Championship (CHAN) qualifications at the expense of their host Zambia.
The Brave Warriors will have to be extra cautious on Saturday afternoon as they visit Zambia in the 2016 African Nations Championship (CHAN) qualifier second leg match at the Nkloama stadium in Lusaka.
Following an executive committee meeting held over the weekend in Windhoek, the Namibia Football Association (NFA) is in the process of engaging Brave Warriors head coach Ricardo Mannetti, who resigned last week in order for him to resume his duties.
Ronnie Kanalelo is ready for the challenge of guiding the Brave Warriors through the 2016 African Nations Championship (CHAN) qualifiers against Zambia this month, having been given the mandate by the NFA on Thursday afternoon following the resignation of head coach Ricardo Mannetti.
Less than a month after being a national hero with the OkaMannetti, Brave Warriors coach Ricardo Mannetti has resigned with immediate effect after refusing to accept the new contract he was given by the Namibia Football Association (NFA).