The Brave Warriors will arrive Nigeria today and have named a strong side to face the Super Eagles
Ahead of departure from their training camp in Germany, Namibia coach Bernard Kaanjuka and his assistant Ricardo Mannetti have named a final 21-man squad for this weekend's World Cup qualifier against Nigeria in Calabar.
Accoring to Allnigeriafootball.com, the Brave Warriors squad is made up of players from the MTC Namibia Premier League and four others who play for South African clubs.
Coach Kaanjuka has selected three goalkeepers, five defenders, nine midfielders and four attackers for the trip to Nigeria.
Midfielder Rudolf Bester has been included in the squad. But its remains sketchy if he would play the game against the Super Eagles. No player has been called up as replacement for the Orlando Pirates ace.
Arnold Subeb (Black Africa), Virgil Vries (Carara Kicks, South Africa), Efriam Tjihonge (African Warriors, South Africa)
Willem Mwedihanga (Wesbank Tigers), Larry Horaeb (Ramblers), Steven Sabatha (Wesbank Tigers), Da Costa Angula (Black Africa), Denzil Haoseb (Black Africa)
Willy Stephanus (Black Africa), Eslin Kamuhanga (Black Africa), Petrus Shitembi (Rundu Chiefs), Ronald Ketjijere (African Stars), Bryan Bantam (Black Africa), Heini Isaacks (Civics), Hendrik Somaeb (Blue Waters), Lazarus Kaimbi (Jomo Cosmos, South Africa), Rudolf Bester (Orlando Pirates, South Africa).
Sadney Urikhob (Civics), Benson Shilongo (Wesbank Tigers), Jerome Louis (Black Africa), Tangeni Shipahu (Amazulu, South Africa).