Namibian Football Association (NFA) and the country’s Ministry of Sports on Tuesday announced an all-out plan to support their national soccer team to qualify for their second African Cup of Nations.
The plan released on the soccer governing body’s website will see government provide three buses to ferry Namibian supporters across the border to Zambia where the Brave warriors will lock horns with Zambia for the right to go to Egypt for the AFCON finals.
“Namibia Football Association and the Brave Warriors Supporters Club has agreed to avail three buses (65 seats) for transporting Brave Warriors’ supporters to and from Zambia for the match on March 23. The buses will each be stationed in Windhoek, Oshakati and Rundu respectively,” NFA said.
Although odds are firmly against the Brave Warriors, the Namibians need an all-out win against a resilient Zambia in their back to book their ticket to the penultimate African soccer showpiece.