WSL Round Three kicks off

WSL.png

It’s all systems go for the resumption of the NFA Women Super League as JS Academy aims to remain on course for their first title and UNAM Bokkies seeks to finish as high as possible.

The Sam Nujoma Stadium in Windhoek will be the venue for the start of the third round of matches on Saturday and action will start at 10h00 with a game featuring third-placed Poly Babes against Challengers.

Admin and Medicine Courses postponed

SH105254.JPG

The Namibia Football Association (NFA) Football Administration and Management Course and the Advanced Sport Medicine Course are postponed to a date still to be confirmed.
This was revealed by the NFA Education officer Timothy Tjongarero who stated that the two courses are postponed due to the unavailability of Instructors.

The NFA Administration and Management course was scheduled for Otjiwarongo on 29 to 30 May with NFA Secretary General Barry Rukoro the Instructor, but due to his attendance of the FIFA Congress this week, the course had to be postponed.

Botes and Starke withdraw as Warriors tours Germany

warriors captains.jpeg

The Brave Warriors departs for Germany on Monday without the injured pair of Manfred Starke and Henrico Botes.

According to the Brave Warriors Team Manager Cyril Tim Isaacs, midfielder Manfred Starke and striker Henrico Botes withdrew from the squad due to injuries.

“They are out injured, but Henrico will join the team for the Kenya match at home on June 9”, Isaacs says.

Clinical Arrows avoids the drop

arrows.JPG

Coastal giants Eleven Arrows survived the drop on the final day as they beat United Stars 2-0 at the Khuisebmond Stadium on Saturday.

The two sides met in what was dubbed the game of Namibia Premier League Match-day-22 as they both tried to avoid relegation.

Hotspurs were relegated last weekend after their 2-1 defeat to Black Afrcia and goals from Peter Ngwenya and Enrico Hoebeb gave Arrows the much needed victory to take their points to 20 in the season, sending United down to the First Division on 17 points.

Namibian coaches pass CAF B- License Course

b licence.JPG

All 18 coaches who attended the CAF/NFA B-License coaching course made the grades after the evaluation by CAF recently.

The 18 coaches attended a three-week CAF/NFA B-license Coaching course at Soccer House, Windhoek and according to the report cards from CAF, all eighteen scored above the pass rate of 60 percent.

Namibia Football Association Technical Director Klaus Stark says the 18, graduates from the Introductory Coaching and C-License Coaching courses, were confirmed by CAF to have passed and will be receiving their certificates soon.

FIFA Football Seminar postponed

galz 2.JPG

The 2012 FIFA Football Seminar that was scheduled for 19 May in Windhoek has been postponed due unforeseen circumstances.

The Seminar was set to bring several women football experts from the Eastern and Southern Afrcia regions as well as FIFA delegates to Windhoek for a period of three days.

Women Super League to resume

Klein.jpg

The Namibia Football Association (NFA) Women Super League will resume on 26 May with Rounds three and four of the championships.

The Women Super League log leaders JS Academy needs two wins against Poly Babes & OKahandja Beauties FC to clinch the 2011-2012 Super league crown and if they fail to get all six points, the race will be open with the likes of Okahandja Beauties and Poly Babes in the reckoning.

Magic and Chiefs promoted to NPL

magic 3.JPG

Rundu Chiefs beat Touch and Go 3-2 and Tura Magic drew 1-1 at Young Beauties as both booked their promotions to the Namibia Premier League this weekend.

Rundu Chiefs, hosting Touch and Go had to win to all but secure promotion for the first time to the top league of Namibian football and they did just that with a 3-2 win over Go on Saturday before they play Cuca Tops in a local Derby on sunday.

Big League weekend ahead

NamibiaPremierLeagueLogo.jpg

Basement boys Hotspurs, United Stars and Eleven Arrows will have to be at their best this weekend to ensure that they don’t face the axe comes the end of the season.

Spurs have to date played 20 games and have won a paltry three with five draws and 12 loses for 14 points, the statistics they share with another relegation candidate United Stars, who only plays on Saturday and have a better goal difference .

Chiefs’ Shitembi focused to make history

petrus 2.jpg

Rundu Chiefs will need to win one of their two weekend fixtures to secure their first-ever presence in the Namibia Premier League.

The Rundu based team lead the Northern Stream first division on 40 points with two matches remaining and will need just one victory over the weekend to automatically clinch their promotion to the elite league of Namibian football.

Syndicate content