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Manneti announces squad

Thu, 27 February 2014 23:45
by Michael Uugwanga
Sports

Brave Warriors coach Ricardo Mannetti has announced a 23 men squad for Wednesday, 5 March international friendly against Tanzania.

 

Mannetti did not include current MTC/Namibia Premier League (NPL) leading top scorers, Hendrik Somaeb of Blue Waters who has scored six goals and African Stars striker Elvis Tjivasera who has five goals in the league.

 

Other inform players such as African Stars goalkeeper Max Mbaeva, Levy Swartbooi and Johannes Seibeb and Tura Magic's Neville Tjiueza are also not included.

 

The players called up are as follows, Lloyd Kazapua (Tigers), Virgill Vries (Maritzburg United), Edward Maova (Civics), Willem Mwedihanga (Amazulu), Larry Horaeb (Amazulu), Treasure Kauapirura (Tigers), Chris Katjiukua (Golden Arrows), Da Costa Angula (Black Africa), Peka Hamukwaya (Tigers), Ronald Katjijere (University of Pretoria), Freedom Puriza (African Stars), Emilio Martin (Black Africa), Manfred Starke (Hansa Rostock), Petrus Shitembi (Amazulu), Heinrich Isaacks (Maritzburg United), Bryan Bantam (Black Africa), Deon Hotto (Golden Arrows), Willy Stephanus (Black Africa), Panduleni Nekundi (Tigers), Henrico Botes (Platinum Stars), Rudlof Bester (Golden Arrows), Lazarus Kaimbi (Bangkok Class) and Jerome Louis (Township Rollers)