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Namibia names squad to face Ghana in U-20 WWC qualifier

Published on: 02 February 2012

Namibia has named a 25-member squad to face Ghana in the first leg of the U-20 Womens World Cup on February 18 in Accra.

U-17 players who will be in action against South Africa in Johannesburg this weekend such as Lovisa Mulunga, Emma Naris, Anoushka Kordom, Anuschka Meyer, Melissa Matheus, Depney Noabes and Juliana Blou have have all earned call-ups.

Other young players in the team include Lena Noreses, Lorraine Jossob and Albertha Dawes, who were recently given an opportunity to train and travel with the senior Brave Gladiators for their match against Tanzania.

Namibia is also looking to strengthen its coaching and technical capacity by bringing more younger coaches into the women’s technical set-up.

“Our strategic plan for 2014 entails that we not only strengthen the pool of selection for players but also identify potential young and aspiring coaches to be part and parcel of the technical team and thus give them the necessary experience, under the guidance of myself and NFA technical director Klaus Staerk,” head coach Jacqui Shipanga said.

Some of the selected coaches will accompany the technical team for the game against the Black Princesses.

Namibia's 25-man squad:

Goal Keepers
1 Agnes Kauzuu  
2 Hertha Shimuketa  
3 Janeth Shidolo  
4 Jessica De Oliveira  
5 Lovisa Mulunga U/17
6 Eddelisisingh Naris U/17
7 Lena Noreses  
8 Lorraine Jossob  
9 Vitapamwe Kamahene  
10 Veweziwa Kotjipati  
11 Albertha Dawes  
12 Thandi Malo  
13 Anoushka Kordom U/17
14 Anuschka Meyer U/17
15 Melissa Matheus U/17
16 Tuliki Mundjele  
17 Carmel Don  
18 Thomalina Adams  
19 Mavulu Selma  
20 Vistorine Shaangula  
21 Depney !Noabes U/17
22 Juliana Blou U/17
23 Jane Toivo  
24 Monique Khrone  
25 Samantha Hendricks  



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