16 Jun 2015 16:20pm
WINDHOEK, 16 JUN (NAMPA) - The Brave Warriors will only arrive home on Wednesday and not Tuesday as anticipated.
The Namibia Football Association (NFA) announced in a media statement on Tuesday the senior national football team experienced a problem with a flight connection in Ghana.
The team played against Niger in Niamey on Sunday in a 2017 Africa Cup of Nations (Afcon) qualifier match, which they lost 0-1.
After the match, they flew to Ivory Coast and then to Ghana, but missed their flight to Johannesburg, South Africa.
Team manager, Tim Isaacs was quoted in the statement saying everything is under control and players had a training session at the Lizzy Sport Centre in Accra, Ghana before flying to South Africa.
He said the team will land in Windhoek at about 13h00 on Wednesday.
Namibias 2015 Confederation of Southern African Football Associations (Cosafa) champions will host Zambia in a 2016 African Nations Championship (CHAN) qualifier here on Sunday afternoon.
Once we get there (Windhoek) tomorrow, there will be an afternoon training session at the Sam Nujoma Stadium and we will announce the whole team for the Zambia match afterwards, said Isaacs.
Players who formed part of the latest Brave Warriors camp are:
Goalkeepers: Lloyd Kazapua and Charles Uirab.
Defenders: Benyamin Nenkavu, Brain Gurirab, Ferdinand Karongee, Dynamo Fredericks, Charles Hambira, Tiberius Lombard, Denzil Hoaseb, Ananias Gebhardt, Gregory Aukumeb and Dennis Ngueza Tjetinda.
Midfielders: Neville Tjiueza, Willy Stephanus, Heinrich Isaacks, Peter Shalulile, Wangu Batista, Joslin Kamatuka and Absalom Iimbondi.
Strikers: Itamunua Keimuine and Sadney Urikhob.