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Mannetti is new Brave Warriors\' head coach

Wed, 19 June 2013 18:48
by Online Reporter
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The Namibia Football Association (NFA) this morning announced that Ricardo Mannetti is the new Brave Warriors coach with immediate effect. Mannetti, who took charge of the national team during their 2014 World Cup qualifier against Nigeria last Wednesday, has been given a two-year contract.

The appointment follows the dubious resignation of Swedish coach, Roger Palmgren, who quit the team after its encounter against Malawi a fortnight ago.