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Brave Warriors to open CHAN campaign with clash against Guinea

Brave Warriors to open CHAN campaign with clash against Guinea

The Brave Warriors will open their 2020 African Nations Championship ( CHAN) Finals campaign with a clash against Guinea on 07 April at the Limbe Stadium in Cameroon.

The CHAN organisers the Confederation of African Football (CAF) recently released the dates for the finals reserved for local based players and Namibia, Guinea, Zambia and Tanzania in Group D will be based in Limbe.

Namibia will start against Guinea on 7 April at 20h00 at the Limbe Stadium while their second game will be against Tanzania on 11 April at the same venue. They will not have to move base as they finish off the group with a clash against Zambia on 15 April, also at 20h00 at the Limbe Stadium.

If they win the group, the Brave Warriors will take on the Group C runners which could be either Morroco, Togo, Rwanda or Burundi. If they finish second in Group D, the Brave Warriors will face Group C winners. These quaterfinal game swill be played on 18 April.

Brave Warriors interim Coach Bobby Samaria is busy with over 30 players in camp until 21 March and only 23 will travel for the African Nations Championship Finals (CHAN) to be held in Cameroon from 4 to 26 April.


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