By: Staff Writer
The Premier League and certain second division leagues are in action and the NFA has now opened the window of player’s registration, transfer and loans as clubs bolster their squad for the remainder of the football season, 2018/2019.
The players’ movement period opens on Monday, 11 March and runs up to 05 April 2019 with all the paper work to be certified by the NFA Competitions Department.
The NFA secretariat advises clubs that no extension will be granted, and urge clubs to thoroughly make use of it as this is the final time to make changes.
It is a requirement for every player to have a national identity number in order for him/her to be registered as it will for form part of a player’s a unique player’s registration number.
Meanwhile The NFA Zinc women’s super league kicked off las weekend at the Legare Stadium in Gobabis.
Thomalina Adams scooped the player of the match award as the log leaders.
Tura Magic Ladies thrashed NUST Babes 7-0.
Current top goal scorer Anna Shikusho opened the score line with a brace, but it was Juliana Blou who recorded the most goals with a hat-trick.
Memory Ngonda and Mallicent Hikuam both scored a goal for the Magicians.
Namib Daughters showed will and might to remain in the top five of the log with a 2-0 victory over Girls Academy.
Player of the match Magdalena Kambera scored both goals for the Coastal based team. Meanwhile, Rita Williams aided Khomas Nampol in defeating V-Power Angels 1-0, after scoring the only goal and she took the Player of the match award.
Rightway vs UNAM Bokkies match ended in a goalless draw, with Chantell Muinjangue as Player of the Match.