Brave Warriors

Roger Palmgren new Warriors coach


The Executive Committee of the NFA, having gone through so many applications, now has the pleasure to announce that Roger Palmgren will succeed Bernard Kaanjuka as the new and now also substantive coach of the Brave Warriors.

Shortlisting for Warriors Coach


The Namibia Football Association (NFA) will be having three shortlisted candidates by the end of next week as the search for the substantive coach of the Brave Warriors draws to a close.

Brave Warriors Coach Hunt intensify


The Namibia Football Association (NFA) has intensified the hunt for a new head coach of the national senior soccer team the Brave Warriors following the resignation of acting coach Bernard Kaanjuka last month.

Warriors for Namibian Cup

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A squad of 20 players have been called up for the Brave Warriors team that will grace the annual Namibian Newspaper Cup in Otjiwarongo on Sunday afternoon for an exhibition match against the Competition's Shadow Team.

Kaanjuka resigns from Warriors

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The Namibia Football Association (NFA) and interim coach of the Brave Warriors Bernard Kaanjuka on Monday partied ways following the Warriors 1-0 defeat to Malawi on Saturday.

Warriors lose to Malawi


The Brave Warriors disappointingly lost 1-0 to Malawi CAF Group F FIFA World Cup qualifier encounter on Saturday at the Windhoek Independence Stadium to narrow the road to Brazil 2014.

Pressing Game Plan- Ketjijere


The Brave Warriors will apply a pressing game against Malawi on Saturday as they look for the –all important victory at Independence Stadium in the 2014 FIFA World Cup CAF Group F qualifier.

Stars’ Hoto joins Warriors


Deon Hoto has joined the Brave Warriors training camp ahead of the crucial 2014 FIFA World Cup Qualifier match against Malawi at home on Saturday.

Defence will be crucial-Pienaar

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Former Brave Warriors defender Michael Pienaar believes the team’s defence will contribute to the envisaged victory against Malawi on Saturday in the 2014 FIFA World Cup qualifier.

Warriors have potential to reach Brazil


The Brave Warriors have the potential to go all way in the race for the 2014 FIFA World Cup and Malawi could just be a victim of the cause on Saturday.

According to the former Brave Warriors midfield wizard Johannes Congo Hindjou, the current Warriors crop consist of experienced campaigners such as Rudolf Bester and Henrico Botes, amongst others and also beams with young enthusiasm in the likes of Petrus Shitembi, Sadney Urikhob and others.

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