Kavango West can play: coach Nxaba

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Kavango West Regional Under-20 football team is better prepared to battle for honors at the 2017 The Namibian Newspaper Cup which gets underway at Swakopmund on Good Friday.

Five joins Warriors training camp


Offensive players Young Brazilian’ Wayne Esterhuisen and Vincent Namiseb of Flamingoes joins the Brave Warriors training squad as two of the five changes to the training camp that continues on Tuesday aft the Namibia Football Association (NFA) Technical Centre in Windhoek.

Re-energized Cosafa gets bullish

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Cosafa will take an aggressive stance to promote the interest of the organisation and its members, including challenging decision made by the previous regime in charge of the Confederation of African Football (CAF), president Phillip Chiyangwa said on Friday.

Talented Khomas aims for Newspaper cup triumph

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Khomas Region’s under-20 team captain Eldery Morgan banks on his teammates’ talents to win the 2017 The Namibian Newspaper Cup as regional teams hit homestretch in preparations for the Easter weekend football extravaganza at Swakopmund.

School sports project off the ground

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The much anticipated school sports project for Khomas and Ohangwena Regions was inaugurated on Friday at the Concordia College in Windhoek witnessed by various local and international dignitaries.

Mannetti embarks upon project 2019

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Character and mentality will be the focus area for Brave Warriors coach Ricardo Mannetti as he assesses four groups of players in April ahead of the June to July International football schedule.

Oshana region embrace Galz & Goals

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The Independence Stadium in Oshakati witnessed yet another launching of the popular Namibia Football Association (NFA) Galz & Goals development program with over 600 girls in attendance as they embarked upon learning and playing together.

Mbidi pleased to effect regime change at CAF

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Despite losing out last week for the newly elected Confederation of African Football (CAF) Executive Committee, NFA President Frans Mbidi is content with his role in the change for effective permanent administration and growth of African football.

Hainyeko wins Build-It Make-over prize

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Tobias Hainyeko Primary School won the overall N$ 20 000 Crown Build-It make-over prize after a greatly successful one-day football extravaganza at the NFA Technical Centre on Saturday.

Ahmed is new CAF President


Ahmad has been elected CAF President for a four year term in what was the highpoint of the 39th CAF Ordinary General Assembly held on Thursday, 16 March 2017 at the African Union headquarters in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia.

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