Young Warriors withdraws from Cosafa Cup

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Namibia are a late withdrawal from the 2018 MOPANI Copper Mines COSAFA Under-20 Championships in Kitwe, Zambia, precipitating a change in format for the competition that will now have one group with only three teams.

Brave Warriors retains Dr. Geingob Cup

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Captain Petrus Shitembi scored the winning penalty as the Brave Warriors ran out 4-1 winners over Ghana and retain the Dr. Hage Geingob Cup at thrilling and packed Sam Nujoma Stadium on Saturday afternoon.

Ketjijere and Mbazuvara out of Dr. Geingob Cup

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The Brave Warriors will be without the services of Captain Ronald Ketjijere and goalkeeper Ratanda Mbazuvara as the duo joins their club African Stars for the CAF Champions League Preliminary Round fixture at Comoros Island on 28 November.

Muna Katupose on a mission against Ghana

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Brave Warriors striker Muna Katupose has a point to prove against Ghana on Saturday when the two sides meet for the 2018 Dr. Hage Geingob Cup at the Sam Nujoma stadium with revenge and a place in the AFCON quest team on his mind.

Players to fight for the jersey against Ghana in Dr. Geingob Cup

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The Brave Warriors will take on Ghana’s Black Stars in a friendly match on Saturday and Captain Ronald Ketjijere states that his side will give their best as they continue to fight for places.

Brave Warriors respects 2018 Dr. Geingob Cup

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The Brave Warriors aims to keep the 2018 Dr. Hage Geingob Cup at home when they engage the local-based Black Stars of Ghana on Saturday, 16h00 at the Sam Nujoma stadium following their good run of form.

How the Brave Warriors can qualify for 2019 AFCON finals

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The Brave Warriors can make sure of their participation at the 2019 African Cup of Nations (AFCON) finals in Cameroon if they avoid defeat to Zambia in March 2019 while Mozambique against Guinea Bissau can also affect Group K.

Namibia and Guinea Bissau share spoils to remain top

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The Brave Warriors and Guinea Bissau played to a thrilling goalless draw at the Sam Nujoma Satdium in Windhoek in their 2019 African Cup of Nations (AFCON) finals qualifiers to remain top of Group K on eight points each.

All set for Warriors' Bissau ambush

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Riaan Hanamub will miss the Saturday game against Guinea Bissau while Deon Hotto is cleared to feature in 2019 AFCON Qualifier where the 12th man will be key.

An Olympics Dream deferred

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Namibian football 2020 Olympics Dream is stopped in its tracks as the Namibia Football Association (NFA) withdrew the national under-23s side from the 2019 African Cup of Nations (AFCON) U23s Qualifiers match against Angola that was supposed to happen on Friday, 16 November.

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