The Tafel Lager Brave Warriors interim head coach Boddy Samaria says despite the uncertainty and anxiety of the Covid-19 test results, the spirit in the camp remains high.
The Brave Warriors jet out tomorrow enroute to Cameroon where they will part take in the 2021 edition of the African Nations Championship (CHAN) . The competition starts on 16 January 2021 however, the Warriors will only have their first match on 19th January against Guinea.
The team was tested on Monday and now eagerly await their results , as they determine the final list of the travelling players. The team is optimistic the results will be satisfactory.
Samaria says although their CHAN preparations took an unexpected turn when some of the players and officials tested positive, they are capable of wowing the nation when the moment arrives.
“We will not use that as an excuse. We have the ability and potential to go there and perform well. We luckily have no injury concerns , the only concerns we have are the test results but of course we prayed and believe that all will be well.” Samaria says.
Furthermore , he encourages the Namibian nation to continue rallying behind the team, saying the players will go out there to represent the nation to the best of their abilities.