NFA trains goalkeeper coaches

06 Jul 2015 17:10pm
WINDHOEK, 06 JUN (NAMPA) – Twenty-four Namibian goalkeeper trainers are attending a five-day advanced course at Football House in the capital.
The course was organised by the Namibia Football Association (NFA) in conjunction with the German Football Federation.
Training kicked off on Monday and is expected to end on Friday, said the NFA in a media statement availed on Monday.
Senior national football team interim coach Ronny Kanalelo is one of the instructors, together with International Federation of Football Associations (FIFA) Instructor Lutz Pfannenstiel.
The course consists of instructions to goalkeeping and practical sessions.
It will conclude with written and practical examinations, and participants will be licensed upon successful completion of the course.
Notable names taking part in the course include former Brave Warriors goalkeeper Danzyl Bruwer, who is the goalkeeper coach of Erongo Second Division side Mighty Youngsters, while current Brave Warriors goalkeeper coach Harry Januarie and Gladiators’ personnel Agnes Kauzuu and Herribeth Kapeng also join the line-up.
Other participants are Novata Paulus (Women’s Football); Gilberto Mambuene and Shiku Meksedek (Julinho Sporting); Immanuel Gottlieb, Athiel Mbaha and Esau Tjiuoro (African Stars FC ); Arnold Subeb and Efraim Tjihonge (Black Africa FC); Elias Vleermuis (Swakopmund FC); Abiater Nambundunga and Tiro Tlhabanello (Tigers FC); Stefanus M. Mununga (Rundu Chiefs FC); Edmund Haoseb (Black Africa Warriors FC); Abraham Brown (LHU Blue Waters FC); Rahia Magano Abed (Khomas NamPol FC ); Emmel Katjimune (Otjozondjupa Region); Donald Shikongo (Mighty Gunners FC); Felix Immanuel (Flamingos FC); Lucas Hashiti (UNAM FC); and Ambrosius Tjituka (Tura Magic FC).
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