Mixed results for Nam at U17 Tourney

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Namibia national under-17 side lost 1-0 to Westphalia as the visitors had their striker’s leg broken at the Khuisebmond Stadium in Walvis Bay on Friday.

In their second match of the Three-Nations Tournament, Namibia suffered their first loss of the competition as they conceded a seventh minute penalty after a wild challenge by their keeper Donovan Geingub on a Westphalia striker that left the latter with a broken leg and a red card for the former.

According to Namibia head coach Timo Tjongarero, the incident was unfortunate and all the players were emotional about it.

Karas out, Erongo escape thriller

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The 12 edition of the Namibian Youth Cup got underway at the Keetmanshoop Sports stadium on Friday and produced some early upsets.

The host region, Karas, hosting the competition for the second time, squared off against Oshikoto region in the first match of Day-One and they dominated most of the play in the first half but had no goal to show for their enterprising efforts.

Namibia in U/17 Four Nations Tourney

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Namibia will be hosting Zambia, South Africa and Westphalia in a four nations under-17 tournament at Walvis Bay over the Easter break.

The under-17 tournament will be played over at the Khuisebmond Stadium from 5 to 9 April and will provide youngsters with a great chance to prove themselves on the international arena.

According to Namibian national team assistant coach Gerald Guther, his team is geared up.

“ It will be a great chance for the boys to lift their game and playing against these country will be self-encouraging for our players”, Guther said.

Warriors to grace youth cup at Keetmanshoop

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The Brave Warriors will be in action at the 12th edition of the annual Namibian newspaper Cup which will be held at Keetmanshoop Sports Stadium in the Karas region over the Easter Break.

The team that was called up this week includes most of the players that interim coach Bernard Kaanjuka have started with since taking over from Brain Isaacs about six months ago.

Top local Coaches receives CAF licenses

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The Namibia football Association (NFA) will on Friday award the top coaches with the Confederation of African Football (CAF) B and C Licenses.

According to the NFA technical Director Klaus Staerk, it is imperative for any country to have recognized and assessed coaches as they are responsible for shaping the futures of many young people.

Karas face Oshikoto in The Namibian Newspaper Cup opener

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The 2012 Host of the annual Namibian Newspaper Cup, Karas Region will face Oshikoto in the opening match of the 12 edition of the Cup with the winner set to play the defending champions Khomas in the quarterfinals at the Keetmanshoop Sports Stadium.

This was revealed at the draw held at Soccer House on Monday morning as the Competition was launched in its 12 year and will be played from 6 to 9 April in Keetmanshoop.

Shipanga appreciates FIFA Seminar

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Jacqueline Shipanga is set to return wiser from the FIFA Women Football Seminar that ended on Friday at FIFA HQ in Zurich, Switzerland.

According to FIFA.com, a number of women’s national team coaches past and present made their way to the Swiss city for a coaching seminar given by 29 female and three male FIFA instructors.

Nam Refs in CAF Champion league clash

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The NFA’s four top match officials, Referee Reinhold Shikongo and Alex Tiyeho are joined by assistants David Shaanika and Simson Shahungu as they travel to Maputo, Mozambique on Thursday.

Shikongo will be in charge of the CAF Orange Champions league match between the home side Muculmana de Maputo against Zimbabwean side Dynamos FC, assisted by the two assistants and Tiyeho to act as the fourth official on Saturday.

Shipanga attends FIFA Instructors Seminar

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The Namibia Football Association Women team head coach Jacqueline Shipanga is in Zurich, Switzerland for the FIFA Women's Football Instructors Seminar.

The Seminar is organised by FIFA and started on Monday and ends on Friday, as it brought together the top women on world football.

Shipanga and the legendary South African Fran Hilton Smith, the Technical Director of Women's Football in SAFA presented a document on the Southern Regional progress and challenges of Women’s Football in the region and Africa since 2008. Another African attending is Nigeria’s Uche Ucheria.

Aspiring coaches attend course

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The NFA Introductory Coaching course started on Monday at Soccer House under the experienced guidance of accredited instructors.

The course introduced the prospective coaches in attendance to various issues of coaching development such as the NFA coaching System and coaching education and the FA Football Philosophy.

The course participants includes former African Stars captain Andrew Tjahikika and are also to be taken through the importance of warm-up sessions and techniques and general coordination.

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