Complete Warriors Ready for Stallions

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The Brave Warriors are gearing upon for their crucial 2012 CAF Nations Cup qualifier match against host Burkina Faso on Saturday in favorable style.

News from the team camp is that the team arrived safely in Ouagadougou on Thursday ahead of their match on Saturday at the Stade Du 4 Aout Stadium in the capital of the west African state which hosted the 2008 Nations Cup, Namibia’s first continental showpiece appearance.

“We have arrived well and we are based at a hotel called Hotel Pacific.

Gladiators host Botswana

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The Brave Gladiators will take on Botswana in a friendly match at the Sam Nujoma Stadium on Saturday as they prepare for the crucial London 2012 Olympic qualifier against Nigeria on April 2 in Abuja.

Following the Gladiators 2-1 defeat at South Africa last weekend, the ladies will go all out to complete their preparation for the Nigeria clash with a great result and seeing of the Botswana team will be vital.

The technical team have been using various players to see how they can fit into the puzzle comes April 2.

Warriors departs for Ouagadougou

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The Brave Warriors squad for the titanic clash against Burkina Faso has been released and will depart to Ouagadougou on Wednesday for the March 26 encounter.

The squad was released by the technical team on Tuesday and includes the Black Africa defensive pair of Hartman Toromba, Dacosta Angula and utility player Densil Haoseb.

Also in the team are seasoned midfielder Jamunovandu Ngatjizeko of African Stars, who is joined by teammates Ronald Ketjijere and Ninja Karongee in the engine-room.

Gladiators lose to South Africa

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Defender Rejoice Kasaona scored the only goal for the Brave Gladiators as they went down 2-1 to South Africa on Saturday afternoon at the Danie Kuys Stadium in Upington, Northern Cape, South Africa.

The International Friendly match provided the two sides with some great preparation for their respective 2012 Olympic Games Qualifiers as Namibia face Nigeria and South Africa takes on Tunisia on April 2, first leg.

Condolences: Mr. Laurentius Humphries

The Namibia Football Association President, Executive Committee members, staff, members and the entire football family in Namibia express our heartfelt shock and dismay about the death of Mr. Laurentius Humphries on 19 March 2011.

Mr. Humphries, Head of the Humphries Security Company, which has provided security for football over the past years at International, Premiership and Cup matches, was at the Sam Nujoma Stadium on Saturday night during the Namibia Premiership games when the unfortunate happened.

Warriors draws at Botswana

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The Brave Warriors played to one-all draw at Botswana on Wednesday night to give coach Brain Isaacs his draw in two matches of his tenure.

The intentional friendly match played at Maun by locally-based players from both countries provided the coaches of the two nations with a platform to test few local players, who will be part of the 2012 Africa nations Cup qualifier matches slated for March 26.

The Namibians gave a great deal of themselves in match imposing themselves well and dully scored on 33 minutes, through Ramblers winger and youth international Eslin Kamuhanga.

Gladiators to play SA & Bots

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The Brave Gladiators will play South Africa and Botswana this month as they prepare for the Nigeria fixture in the London 2012 Olympic Games qualifier early April.

According to the national women soccer team coach Jacqui Shipanga, there is change in the programme as South Africa came through recently with a request for a friendly game and it was agreed that Namibia will play South Africa on March 19 in Kimberly, South Africa and will face Botswana on March 26 at the Sam Nujoma Stadium in Windhoek.

Warriors to face Zebras named

Brave Warriors caretaker coach Brian Isaacs has called upon 18 players that are to travel to Botswana for the International friendly match at Maun on March 16.

The team, which comprise of mainly players that were part of the international friendly match against Malawi in February, was named on Wednesday and is expected to meet for camp on Sunday March 13 at Safari Hotel in Windhoek.

The squad includes Black Africa defender Hartman Toromba and Eleven Arrows’ Chris Katjiukua, also in defense.

Khomas Under 17 League 2011 Kicks off

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A total of eighteen games, featuring a total of 300 youngsters under the age of 17, with eighteen youth coaches at two venues in Windhoek, kicked off the KHOMAS Under 17 League at Sam Nujoma B Stadium in Dolam and John Ya Otto Stadium in Wanaheda over the weekend of the 5 – 6 March 2011.

Stars and Pirates Meets in Leo NFA Cup

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The flagship competition of the NFA, the Leo NFA Cup continues to live up to expectations as defending champions African Stars face Orlando Pirates in the quarterfinals of the competition.

The draw which was conducted at Soccer House on Tuesday revealed that Stars and the 2009 Champions Pirates will meet in the only quarterfinal match scheduled for Windhoek on Sunday 10 April with Kick off to be at 15h00 at the Independence Stadium.

The other three matches will be played out at the Mokati Stadium in Otjiwarongo on Saturday, April 9.

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