The Brave Warriors arrival back after their 1-0 defeat at Niger in the 2017 Africa Cup of Nations (AFCON) Qualifiers Group K is delayed due to flight connections and will now land in Windhoek on Wednesday afternoon.
The Brave Warriors will need to convert the many chances they create when they host Senegal at home on September 5 to get back into the 2017 Africa Cup of Nations (AFCON) Qualifiers, following their Sunday’s Group K narrows 1-0 defeat at Niger.
In their quest to reach the 2017 African Cup of Nations for the first time since 2008, the Brave Warriors will expect a tough physical encounter when they visit Niger on Sunday Group K qualifier match.
The Brave Warriors will go for their 2017 African Cup of Nations (AFCON) clash at Niger in the right frame of mind knowing that the time to break the west-African voodoo is now as attention now shifts to continental breakthrough.
Namibian President and Patron of the NFA Hage Geingob could not miss out on welcoming the 2015 COSAFA Cup triumphant Brave Warriors back home as he met and greeted the team at Football House on Sunday night.
Deon Hotto scored a goal each side of halftime to lead the Brave Warriors to a 2-0 victory over Mozambique and be crowned champions of the Council of Southern African Football Associations (COSAFA) Cup on Saturday evening at the Moruleng Stadium, North West, South Africa.
Over 200 Namibians boarded government availed buses to go to and rally behind the Brave Warriors who faces Mozambique in the final of the 2015 COSAFA CUP at the Moruleng Stadium, North West, on Saturday, 16h30.
Tura Magic’s Peter Shalulile scored seven minutes from time to see the Brave Warriors past Madagascar 3-2 and into the final of the 2015 COSAFA Cup, making a return to the final for the first time in 16 years.