The Namibia ladies’s soccer common supervisor Jacqui Shipanga introduced a coaching squad of 29 gamers on Tuesday, stating that the emphasis can be on attaining enough health ranges by the point Zimbabwe come to city for the first-leg encounter which takes place on Saturday, 31 March on the Sam Nujoma Stadium.
The return leg is about for 7 April in Zimbabwe.
The winner will advance to the second spherical, the place both Tanzania or Zambia awaits, whereas the eventual winner will e book their ticket for the finals in Ghana.
“The ladies have not played competitive international football for about five months now since playing in the Cosafa Cup in Zimbabwe, and getting our fitness levels up will be our primary focus during this camp ahead of Zimbabwe’s visit,” Shipanga advised the NFA web site in an interview.
The Brave Gladiators, whose solely participation on the continental ladies’s soccer showpiece was as hosts in 2014 and the place they exited on the group stage, did not qualify for the 2016 version in Cameroon.
They will now embark upon qualification for Ghana 2018, the place the competitors runs from 17 November to 1 December.
Namibia Football Association health coach Charl Botha, who labored wonders with the Brave Warriors of their equally league-less qualification and participation on the 2018 African Nations Championship (Chan) finals in Morocco, spearheads the extraordinary health camp, which started on Wednesday.
Head coach Brian Isaacs stays in cost total.
The full group consists of USA-based Annouscka Kordom, who performs for Corban Warriors, Vewe Kotjipati, who plies her commerce for German facet Herforder Sportverein, and star participant Zenatha Coleman, who seems for Real Zaragoza within the Spanish Women’s Premier Division.
The Brave Gladiators are as follows:
Goalkeepers – Lydia Eixas, Agnes Kauzuu, Melisa Matheus and Fiola Vilete;
Defenders – Lina Katuta, Uerikondjera Kasaona (captain), Ester Amukwaya, Stacey Naris, Lorraine Jossop, Lydiana Nanamus, Emma Naris, Anna Shaende, Lovisa Mulunga;
Midfielders – Annouscka Kordom, Juliana Skrywer, Millicent Hikuam, Zenatha Coleman, Memory Ngonda, Julia Rutjindo, Elmarie Fredericks, Asteria Angula and Beverly Uueziua;
Strikers: Twelikondjela Amukoto, Vewe Kotjipati, Stella Williams, Faustina Amutenya, Anna-Marie Shikusho, Julia Blou and Iyaloo Rooi.