Archive - Sep 22, 2011 - Story
The Namibia Football Association announced the appointment of Bernard Kaanjuka as Brave Warriors caretaker coach in a press release issued on Thursday.
The football authorities, the FA Executive Committee met recently to review the matter of the senior national team coach and appointed Bernard Kaanjuka as the acting coach after the agreement with Brain Isaacs ended with the Gambia match.
MTC will reward the nine teams that decided to wear its logo in front of their jerseys by giving them a 30 per cent increase in their monthly grant for the 2011/12 Premiership season.
“MTC would like to thank the nine Premier League clubs who have decided to wear the MTC logo in front of their jerseys this season and beyond. We will show them the appreciation they deserve and the first being that their monthly grant will immediately be increased with 30 per cent,” Tim Ekandjo, the chief human capital and corporate affairs at MTC, announced in a media statement.
After a solid first half display by Namibia, the floodgates opened in the second half as South Africa’s Springboks recorded a runaway 87-0 victory against Namibia at the Rugby World Cup on Thursday.
Namibia held the world champions to a 31-0 deficit at halftime, but the Springboks opened up their defence after the break to run in 12 tries in total for an emphatic victory.
In the process flyhalf Morne Steyn added 20 points with a try a penalty and six conversions, while Bryan Habana set a new Springbok Test try scoring record of 39 tries.
The second weekend of the MTC Premiership will kick off with Ramblers facing Civics on Friday at the Sam Nujoma Stadium at 20h00.
Ramblers started their season with a 3-1 win against newly promoted Hotspurs on Saturday. Civics on the other hand played to a 1-1 draw against Walvis Bay based Blue Waters.
The match will be Civics’ coach, Christy Guruseb’s first match against his former club. Ramblers replaced Guruseb with Dino Balotti as coach.