Brave Warriors depart for Tunisia


A 27-member Brave Warriors squad accompanied by the technical team left for Tunisia from Hosea Kutako International Airport on Wednesday afternoon for a two week training camp in Tunis prior to the 2018 Africa Nations Championship (Chan).

The Brave Warriors will be based in Tunis for the next two weeks where they are expected to play a number of friendly matches before leaving for Morocco on 11 January 2018.



Tottenham Hotspur’s Harry Kane became Europe’s most lethal marksman of 2017 with a second hat-trick in four days to break a 22-year-old Premier League record as his side thumped Southampton 5-2 on Tuesday.

Another young England striker was also among the goals as Jesse Lingard struck twice, the second in stoppage time, as Manchester United hit back from two goals down to draw 2-2 with Burnley and deny the visitors a first win at Old Trafford since 1962.

Merero suffers first round knockout in Russia


Namibia's former World Boxing Organisation (WBO) Africa Cruiserweight champion, Vikapita "Beast Master" Meroro, lost to Maxim Vlasov of Russia on Thursday evening in a non-title Cruiserweight bout.

In a fight that was monitored on the live streaming website Youtube by Nampa, the Namibian boxer was knocked out with one minute 16 seconds left in the first round.

Vlasov was on the front foot from the start as he landed various combinations to unsettle the Namibian boxer, who offered little resistance.

Namibia moves up one place in latest Fifa ranking


The Brave Warriors have moved up one place on the latest International Federation of Football Associations (Fifa) world rankings released on Thursday.

The senior national football team is now ranked 118th in the world and 31st in Africa.

In November, the Brave Warriors moved up 10 places from position 129 to 119, while they were positioned 30th in Africa.

The new ranking comes in a year when Namibia dropped from position 94 to 156th in the world rankings, following a year of non-activity by the team.

Mbidi excited about UEFA president’s visit to Namibia


Namibia Football Association president Frans Mbidi has expressed his excitement at news that Union of European Football Associations (UEFA) president Ceferin Aleksander will visit Namibia from next week.

Speaking to Nampa on Wednesday, Mbidi said Aleksander will be in the country from 27 December to 05 January 2018 with his family and two other families he invited along for the trip.

He said as NFA president he is looking forward to welcoming Aleksander to the country even though he is on holiday.

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