Namibia to lock horns with Swaziland on Thursday

Namibia will travel to Swaziland for a friendly international in Manzini on Thursday as part of the latter’s celebratations to mark 50 years of independence. Brave Warriors coach Ricardo Mannetti will lead a squad of 20 players for the fixture, excluding those from Black Africa. “Black Africa players will not be considered in the squad

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Disappointing weekend for COSAFA sides at CHAN

It was a disappointing weekend for the three COSAFA sides competing in the 2018 African Nations Championship quarterfinals as all suffered defeats to be knocked out of the competition. Namibia were beaten 2-0 by hosts Morocco in Casablanca, while Zambia were surprise 1-0 losers to Sudan in Marrakech. Angola ran Nigeria close, taking the game

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NFA President Frans Mbidi urges Namibia on at CHAN

The Brave Warriors will have to combine the tactical plan from the three games coupled with speed to beat Morocco when the two sides meet in the Saturday’s quarterfinal clash, 18h30, at the Mohammed V Stadium in Casablanca at the 2018 Africa Nations Championship (CHAN) finals. These are the views of Namibia Football Association (NFA)

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Angola make it three from three for COSAFA at CHAN!

Angola became the third side from the COSAFA region to reach the quarterfinals of the 2018 African Nations Championships (CHAN) being played in Morocco. The Palancas Negras joined Namibia and Zambia in the knockout stages as all three sides from the Southern African region advanced through their pools. Angola played to a 0-0 draw with

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Nyirenda wants Zambia to shed complacency

Chipolopolo coach Wedson Nyirenda says his players showed some level of complacency in the 1-1 draw against Namibia on Monday night at the Mohammed V Stadium. And Namibia coach Ricardo Manetti said his team was extra motivated to upset Zambia from topping Group B and head back to the resort city of Marrakech. During a

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Angola keep CHAN quarterfinal hopes alive!

COSAFA side Angola kept up their bid for a place in the 2018 African Nations Championship quarterfinals with a 1-0 victory over Cameroon in their Group D clash at the weekend. Southern African nations Zambia and Namibia have already qualified for the knockout stages after both claiming two wins from two in Group B. They

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