NFA EXCO to meet at Walvis Bay

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The Namibia Football Association (NFA) will be reviewing its financial reports and sponsorship avenues at its Executive meeting on Saturday at Walvis Bay.

Isaacs in Sports Management course

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Namibia Football Association (NFA) staff Tim Cyril Isaacs has enrolled for the 6th Edition of the FIFA/CIES Sports Management hosted by the Nelson Mandela Metropolitan University.

The Brave Warriors Team Manager Isaacs, is joint by another Namibian, who choose Anonymity, and the two leaves for South Africa on Sunday to attend the first block week that starts on Monday, 1 October to the 7 October 2012.

Official! BA meets Pirates in League opener

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The MTC Premiership season will kick off on Friday night at Black Africa and Orlando Pirates renew their rivalry.

The Namibia Premier League confirmed the fixtures on Tuesday for the 2012/2013 season and fittingly it will be the reining league champions Black Africa who goes face to face against Orlando Pirates at 20h00 at the Windhoek Independence Stadium.

Khomas Galz & Goals Leagues finals

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The SPAR/NFA Galz & Goals Khomas Leagues will conclude this weekend with a feast of action at the NFA Technical Centre.

According to the NFA women Desk which coordinates the programme, the U/15 league girls will play their remaining league games on Wednesday, 26 September the NFA Technical Centre from 14h00 to 16h00 to determine who plays in the semi-finals on Friday afternoon at the same venue. The final is also scheduled for Friday afternoon.

U/20s invited for FESA Cup

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Mannetti’s U/20 the Namibia under-20 male team will once again compete in the annual Angola Four-nations Tournament which is scheduled for 13 -14 October .

The competition known as the Eduardo dos Santos Foundation International Tournament (FESA) Patron International Tournament will be played in South-west Namibe province.

Namibia Football Association (NFA) In-house coach and head coach of the national under-20 Ricardo Mannetti said it was imperative for the national team juniors to take on the best countries as possible and he welcomed the invite.

NPL kickoff postponed!

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The Namibia premier league on Thursday announced the postponement to the 2012/2013 league kickoff which was scheduled for this weekend.

According the NPL Chairman Johnny Johnson Doeseb various issues such as sponsorship and injuries to players during the League Cup have attributed to the one-week postponement as the league will one kickoff on 28 September.

Guruseb prepares for Burkina Faso

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The national under-17 side are preparing to host Burkina Faso on October 13 in the African Under-17 Championship qualifiers.

According to head coach of the team Christy Guruseb, the team has been training ever since their return from Botswana last month were they finished second in a four-nations tournament there and they have been working very hard.

“The Boys are very committed and determined to play for their country. They are learning a lot and very fast and as time goes by they will understand what is at stake and represent Namibia”, stated Guruseb.

Shipanga departs for World Cup

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NFA iron lady Jacqueline Shipanga departs for Azerbaijan today to take up her role on the Technical Study group (TSG) for the 2012 FIFA Under-17 Women World Cup.

Shipanga will be making her second appearance on this Group at the under-17 World Cup after 2010 in Trinidad and Tobago.

The TSG's priority is to observe teams in matches and training sessions. Initial impressions are fleshed out in a series of in-depth conversations, with the objective of prompting discussion and an exchange of views.

Stars win Inaugural NPL Cup

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African Stars were crowned champions of the inaugural NPL League Cup following their 1-0 win over SKW on Sunday.

Stars got the all important goal in the first half through the boot of midfielder Rudi Louw which they held onto until the final whistle at the Three-day tournament that took place at the Windhoek’s Independence Stadium.

Stars won N$ 50 000 while Sport Klub Windhoek (SKW) got N$ 20 000 for their troubles.

Stars reached the final courtesy of a 1-0 defeat of Ramblers through Riaan Cloete, while SKW beat Orlando Pirates 1-0 through Mekondjo Tobias.

NFA to attend Kohima Burial

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The Namibia Football Association will be represented at the burial service for the late Seth Kohima, Hardap Regional Chairman on Saturday at Berseba.

NFA Vice President Cornelius Kapenda will lead the delegation to Berseba where the burial service will take place on Saturday 15 September. Kapenda will be accompanied by Omaheke Football chairman Crooks Nunuheb and NFA Secretariat member Aletha Kandjoze, while Karas Football Chairman Harry Jahrs is also expected to witness the ceremony.

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