After months of thrilling display of talent and skills by the country’s best female footballers, who created copious memorable moments, the NFA Women’s Super Cup is down to the final two and will witness the crowning of the best team on Saturday at the NFA Technical Centre in Windhoek.
In the first leg of the semi-finals, defending Champions Khomas Nampol lost 1-0 to Galz & Goals, while Tura Magic gave V-Power Angels a 3-0 defeat. The Second leg matches saw the Magicians thrash V-Power 8-0 to effectively book a spot in the finals with an 11-0 score on aggregate, while Galz & Goals drew 0-0 to eliminate the titleholders. The second leg matches were played on Saturday 21 February.
Tura Magic Gaffer Shamma Gure says the best reward for the team would be lifting the cup, which would be an addition to their cabinet as they are the League title holders.
“The expectation remains high despite there being no pressure, so we intend to make it a mouth-watering final. In as much as the price is the ultimate goal, we aim to gel as a team and unit, implement our tactics, maintain discipline throughout and lastly play our hearts out right through to the final whistle. I wish our opponents all the best in their preparations, ahead of the weekend encounter.” He states.
Galz & Goals head Coach Ronnie Hoxobeb says the competition got harder as they moved further towards the final, nonetheless, they managed to defeat the title holders and will now have to put in more work to guarantee their side a win in the final.
“Tura Magic is a strong team with passionate players and commendable tactical plan; they build from behind and have a solid midfield, but we remain focused. Everyone is excited for the finals so with the work we are putting in, we will be ready to face them come Saturday.” Hoxobeb says.
Both coaches expressed gratitude towards various media houses and fellow patrons for their continued investment in creating star platforms that showcase football talent for both coaches and players of Women Football in Namibia.