Botswana coach Stanley Tshosane has submitted his squad selection for the COSAFA Cup Zambia 2013 that runs from July 6-20.
The 20-man squad has an exciting blend of youth and experience that will point the way to the future of Botswana football.
There are a number of players in the selection who have been involved in the recent 2014 FIFA World Cup qualifiers.
Exciting young striker Tebogo Sembowa from Gaborone United is one, along with his club mate, the experienced Moemedi Moatlhaping.
Namibia Football Association president John Muinjo has said that they are considering further action against Roger Palmgren, following the Swedish coach’s sudden resignation.
Palmgren resigned last Sunday following unsubstantiated threats to himself and his family.
Muinjo said that they were investigating their options to see what action they could take against Palmgren.
Reho Falcon joined Mariental at the top of the log following last weekend’s fifth round of action in the Namibian Rugby Premier League.
Reho Falcon thumped Polytechnic 52-11, running in eight tries in the process to collect two bonus points, which sees them joining Mariental on 20 points.
Mariental, who have been the surprise packet of the Premier League so far, still lead the log with a better points aggregate, while they also have a match in hand.
The fourth tournament of the Kia Namibia National Beach Volleyball Tour will take place on Saturday at the DTS Beach Arena.
Tin Hlupic and Gerard Fischer are the favourites in the men’s category of this tournament, which is sponsored by Maerua Superspar.
They are currently in top form and will be traveling to Croatia for the U21 Beach Volleyball World Championships on Monday.
Interested players can choose from various different categories, either in the 2-a-side or 4-a-side format. Entry deadline is Friday at 11 am.
Nigeria’s Super Eagles have agreed to end their strike after the Nigerian Ministry of Sport came to the rescue with funds to bail them out.
The Super Eagles refused to board their plane to Rio de Janeiro on Thursday morning, following a pay dispute with the team’s management, and in stead remained at the Windhoek Country Club.
According to a source the pay dispute has now been resolved after the Nigerian Ministry of Sport agreed to transfer their promised funds to them.