It’s all set for the 2016 Cosafa castle Cup quarterfinals this weekend as the Brave Warriors starts their Cup defense against Botswana and South Africa face Lesotho, while Zambia meet Swaziland and DR Congo takes on Mozambique at the Sam Nujoma stadium.
Peter Shalulile and Ronald Ketjijere will join the Brave Warriors ahead of the 2016 Cosafa Castle Cup clash against Botswana as Willem Mwedihanga asks to be left out and coach Ricardo Mannetti pleas for a red Sam Nujoma Stadium on Saturday.
Lesotho and Malawi both picked up wins on Tuesday to stay level on points at the top of Group B at the 2016 COSAFA Castle Cup while Wednesday sees Swaziland and Madagascar with a chance of reaching the quaterfinals.
With five days to go before Namibia starts her defense of the Cosafa Castle Cup against Botswana in the quarterfinals, suspended Brave Warriors goalkeeper Virgil Vries have also issued an apology to the nation and the team.
Lesotho claimed their biggest ever victory in the COSAFA Castle Cup while Malawi striker Gabadinho Mhango grabbed a hat-trick as Malawi thumped a youthful Angola on a thrilling day of Group B action at the Independence Stadium on Sunday.
Suspended Brave Warriors defender Chris Katjiukua has apologized and wants in ahead of the 2016 COSAFA Castle Cup quarterfinal clash against Botswana on Saturday at the tournament which started on Saturday at the Sam Nujoma stadium.
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The Young Warriors lost 2-0 against South Africa on Saturday to crash out of the 2017 CAF U-20 African Cup of Nations Qualifiers in their second round second leg match played at the FNB Stadium in Johannesburg.
Fans will be in for a treat at the opening ceremony of the 2016 COSAFA Castle Cup at the Sam Nujoma Stadium in Windhoek on Saturday, June 11 that will officially signal the start of the two-week long festival of football.