Samaria sets Warriors mission in Bamako

The Brave Warriors finally landed in Bamako, Mali for their 2021 AFCON Qualifier against the host on Friday and coach Bobby Samaria aims to frustrate Mali.

After eight hours of flying that included two refueling stops in Luanda and Accra, the Brave Warriors finally landed in Bamako ,16h00, local time 18h00, Namibian time, with their charter flight from Westair aviation, and checked into their hotel to settle in and acclimate ahead of the clash.

Coach Samaria outlines the plan for the match: we need to apply ourselves correctly in the moments of play. We believe in ourselves and we come here to make sure we don’t lose the match. The players will give their all”.

Samaria adds that the arrival of Ryan Nyambe and Deon Hotto yesterday boosted his team as they bring a different dimension.

” Deon had a stellar game on Sunday against Chiefs and got the man of the match award and his confidence will come in handy. We all know what he can do. Ryan plays a different and highest level for us and he’s strong and speedy and given the game we expect, these players fits the bill” Samaria explains.

The match on Friday kicks off 19h00, local time, 21h00, Namibian time.

Here’s the travelling team that Samaria will work with for the match.

Loydt Kazapua, Virgil Vries, Edward Maova, Ryan Nyambe,Ananias Gebhardt,Riaan Hanamub, Emilio Martin, Vitapi Ngaruka, Larry Horaeb, Denzil Haoseb, Peter Shalulile, Deon Hotto, Dynamo Fredericks, Teberius Lombard, Pertus Shitembi, Immanuel Heita, Obrey Amseb, Absalom Iimbondi , Marcel Papama, Alfeus Handura, Elmo Kambindu, Hendrik Somaeb, Panduleni Nekundi, Salomon Omseb and Benson Shilongo.