Coleman ruled out of COSAFA Cup

Brave Gladiators’ star striker, Zenatha Coleman, will miss the 2018 COSAFA Women’s Championship that will be staged in South Africa from September 12-22 because the tournament falls outside the FIFA calendar, coach Brian Isaacs, has said.

Baby Warriors look good ahead of COSAFA Cup

U-17 national team coach, Paul ‘Shakes’ Malembu, believes that his players have what it takes to at least qualify for the knockout stages of the COSAFA Cup U-17 Championship to be held  in Mauritius from July 19-29, despite several challenges.

COSAFA Cup in doubt

Organisers of the COSAFA Senior Challenge face a race against time as they are yet to announce the host nation of this year’s annual tournament that usually begins in May. 

!Hanamub gives Mannetti selection headache

Thirteen months to the day that Riaan !Hanamub was booed by unforgiving Brave Warriors supporters after a lethargic display against Malawi, the Touch and Go full back seems to have turned a corner, winning the hearts of many football fans following his stellar performances for the national team in recent weeks.

Rukoro addresses COSAFA stamp debacle

Namibia Football Association (NFA) Secretary General, Barry Rukoro, has cleared confusion surrounding the use of COSAFA Cup stamps during the Debmarine Namibia Cup round of 16 matches played in Mariental and Walvis Bay a fortnight ago.


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