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NFA plans friendlies for Brave Warriors

Mon, 31 October 2016 16:17
by Erasmus Shalihaxwe
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Namibia Football Association President Fran Mbindi sys plans are afoot to organise friendly matches when needed to keep the national team players in shape following failure by the Namibian Premiere League  to secure sponsorship for the league which produces the bulk of players for the national team.
Mbidi also quelled fears that the non-activity in the league could see the national team suffering. Ironically about 480 soccer players that play in the league are facing a possibility of a financial bleak future.
‘’We have a pool of players we can choose from and we also know that it will be expensive to keep players in camp for three months but we can even play the under 20s.’’
Meanwhile national team coach Ricardo Mannetti said he is not comfortable comment ton the possible effects of the ongoing sponsorship debacle on the national team
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