Coleman to go for trials in Sweden

17 Mar 2015 12:30pm
WINDHOEK, 17 MAR (NAMPA)- Namibia Brave Gladiators midfielder, Zenatha Coleman, is most likely to sign a contract with a football club in Sweden, as she prepares for trials in that country.
Coleman told Nampa in a telephonic interview on Monday that she has been called up to play trials in the European country.
She stated that she is not yet aware of the team that she might be joining at the moment, but all that she knows is that she must be in Sweden by the 15 July 2015.
Coleman said the call up for trials in a foreign country is another challenge for her, but she will be ready to sign a footballing contract.
“I am ready to go play the trials as I have been training even harder after the championship last year,” she said, adding that training with men helps her boost her football skills.
Coleman, who is based in Keetmanshop, said she trains with the Southern Stream First Division (SSFD) team Try Again Football Club (FC) in her home town.
The 21 year-old footballer said leaving her family behind will however be hard, although she will be doing the right thing for her country and family by being exposed to foreign football.
Coleman astonished football fans during the TN Mobile African Women's Championship held in Namibia in October.
She was as a result shortlisted for the African women footballer of the year award, but came short to winning the award.
She was shortlisted alongside Nigeria's Desire Oparanozie and Asisat Oshoala; Cameroon's Annette Ngo Ndom and Portia Modise of South Africa.
The award was scoped up by Nigeria's Desire Oparanozie.
Meanwhile, Coleman promised to give another best touch of her football skills as the Brave Gladiators face Swaziland in an international friendly on Saturday in Windhoek.
Coleman stated that she has prepared well and is 100 per cent on form for the game.
The team will be play at the Sam Nujoma Stadium as part of the country's 25th Independence celebration.
(NAMPA)
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