Warriors departs for Monrovia
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The Brave Warriors left for Monrovia on Monday afternoon for
their crucial 2013 AFCON qualifier against Liberia on
Wednesday, 29 February.
The final of 19 players includes the South African quarter
of Orlando Pirates midfielder Rudolf Bester, Amazulu striker
Tangeni Shipahu, Jomo Cosmos midfielder Lazarus Kaimbi and
African Warriors goalkeeper Ephraim Tjihonge.
Black Afrcia goal-minder Arnold Subeb kept his place in the
team, while the notable absentee will be Blue Waters winger
Namibia’s local based players impressed when they beat
Mozambique 3-0 last Thursday and confidence should be high
at the Antoinette Tubman Stadium in Monrovia.
NFA Vice President Cornelius Kapenda will be head of
delegation, while coach Bernard Kaanjuka will be assisted by
Liberia last week sacked their coach Roberto Landi after the
Lone Star lost 0-2 to what the Liberian media referred to as
an ''under strength Super Eagles'' in an international
friendly recently in Monrovia and was replaced by Thomas
Kojo in caretaker capacity.
Here is the 19-men squad:
Arnold Subeb, Ephraim Tjihonge, Da Costa Angula, Willem
Mwedihanga, Jamu Ngatjizeko, Larry Horaeb, Steven Sabatha,
Ronald Ketjijere, Denzil Hoaseb, Eslin Kamuhanga, Willy
Stephanus, Bryan Bantam, Petrus Shitembi, Heini Isaacks,
Rudolf Bester, Lazarus Kaimbi, Sadney Urikhob, Benson
Shilongo and Tangeni Shipahu