The Danone Nations Cup was launched for the first time in Namibia at the NFAâ??s soccer house in Windhoek today, eight years after it was launched in France in 2000.
Representing the sponsor, Danone Clover, the brand manager of the Danone Nations Cup, Tlalane Makape said:
The Namibia Sport Commission has warned Athletics Namibia president Alpha Kangueehi that it will deregister Athletics Namibia as a member of the NSC if it does not rectify the shortcomings that have dogged the beleaguered body for the past few years.
The Southern Stream First Division is heading for an exciting climax, with three teams battling it out to gain promotion to the MTC Namibia Premier League.
Invincible Football Club of Windhoek scored a crucial 2-0 victory against Fedics United of Keetmanshoop in Windhoek on April 15 to move within a point of log leaders Deportivo Alaves. Deportivo now lead the log with 30 points from 12 matches, followed by Invincible on 29 points from 12 matches and Fedics on 28 points from 13 matches.
Civicsâ?? president and coach Helmuth Scharnowski is recovering after a successful heart bypass operation in Germany and has expressed confidence that they can win the MTC Namibia Premier League title for the third year in a row.
Namibia moved a further five places down on the FIFA/Coca-Cola World Rankings according to the latest release.
Namibia are now ranked 128th in the world, five down from 123rd position, which they held last month.