Zambia congratulates NFA

Zambia congratulates NFA

The Football Association of Zambia (FAZ) has congratulated Namibia for having qualified for the AFCON final showdown billed for Ghana in 2008.

FAZ President, Teddy Mulonga, congratulated NFA President, John Muinjo via e-mail this week. The national senior soccer team better known as the “Brave Warriors” finally qualified for the African Cup of Nations after thumping Ethiopia 3-2 in Addis Ababa last Saturday.Namibia makes her second appearance at the continental showpiece after having qualified for the first time in 1997.Said Mulonga:”No doubt your stellar performance was memorable.This time with the coaching of one of our own brothers.””On behalf of all of us, thank you for having faith in the Zambian coach whom you gave the task of national team coach, I wish you more success in the future,” he said.The Namibia football authority enlisted the services of Zambian-born Ben Bamfuchile, last year after tough negotiations as the soft-spoken coach was tasked with having the national team clinch the regional COSAFA Castle Cup title but luck was not in his favour.Bamfuchile has put a wide-smile on the faces of many soccer loving fans for having the Brave Warriors qualified for the nations cup.Bamfuchile is aided by two assistant coaches Brian Isaacs and Ronnie Kanalelo, who are equally entrusted with the success of the national team in Ghana.NampaThe national senior soccer team better known as the “Brave Warriors” finally qualified for the African Cup of Nations after thumping Ethiopia 3-2 in Addis Ababa last Saturday.Namibia makes her second appearance at the continental showpiece after having qualified for the first time in 1997.Said Mulonga:”No doubt your stellar performance was memorable.This time with the coaching of one of our own brothers.””On behalf of all of us, thank you for having faith in the Zambian coach whom you gave the task of national team coach, I wish you more success in the future,” he said.The Namibia football authority enlisted the services of Zambian-born Ben Bamfuchile, last year after tough negotiations as the soft-spoken coach was tasked with having the national team clinch the regional COSAFA Castle Cup title but luck was not in his favour.Bamfuchile has put a wide-smile on the faces of many soccer loving fans for having the Brave Warriors qualified for the nations cup.Bamfuchile is aided by two assistant coaches Brian Isaacs and Ronnie Kanalelo, who are equally entrusted with the success of the national team in Ghana.Nampa

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