MTC cut ties with Namibia Premier League


Namibia’s Mobile Telecommunications Limited (MTC) on Monday announced it has terminated its 14-years sponsorship of the Namibia Premier League (NPL) after the league failed to meet goals set by MTC.

In June this year, MTC gave the NPL until 31 July 2016 to look for an additional sponsor or risk losing the N.dollars 15 million per season sponsorship from MTC , and N.dollars 45 million for three years earmarked for the league.

The previous three-year contract between MTC and the NPL expired in May 2016.

Welwitschias in narrow defeat against Leopards


The Windhoek Draught Welwitschias narrowly lost their second game of the 2016 Currie Cup First Division 42-54 against the Leopards on Saturday.

The game was played at the Hage Geingob Stadium in Windhoek.

Despite losing the game, the Namibian team managed to pick up a bonus point for scoring more than four tries in the match.

In the qualifying round earlier in the season, the Namibians lost all 14 games. They lost 17-42 to the Leopards in that round.

NFA calls for patience from service providers


The Namibia Football Association (NFA) has called on service providers to bear with them, as they are still waiting for funds to settle their debt.

The NFA is yet to settle monies owed to service providers such as companies that provided medical and transport services during the 2016 Council of Southern Africa Football Associations (Cosafa) Cup that took place in Windhoek from 11 to 25 June.

Baby Warriors leave for Congo Brazzaville


The national Under-17 (U-17) football team on Wednesday left for Congo Brazzaville for the return leg of the Confederation of African Football (CAF) 2017 preliminary rounds qualifiers.

The second-round, second leg match will be played against Congo Brazzaville at the Alphonse Massemba-Debat Stadium in Brazzaville on Sunday afternoon.
In the first leg played in Windhoek two weeks ago, the Namibian boys lost the game 2-1 at the Independence Stadium.

Two Young Chiefs players fired


Oshakati-based Namibia Premier League (NPL) side, Young Chiefs Football Club, last month fired two players for misconduct.

The players are Daniel ‘Maldini’ Ashipala and Ferdinand ‘Fendi’ Ndahangwapo.
Chairperson of the club, Elago Amuthenu confirmed their sacking in a telephonic interview with Nampa on Wednesday.

Amuthenu and co-founder of the club, Sissy Shilunga, jointly signed the letters of dismissal on 04 July.

Amuthenu informed this news agency that Ashipala and Ndahangwapo have been causing division among the players and management.

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