By Boris Esono N
Football Writer kick442.com-Cameroon
Costly mistakes have been identified as one of the factors that have led to the Namibia side being eliminated from the ongoing Africa Nations Championship. Captain Dynamo Fredericks speaking during pre-match press conferences at the Limbe Omnisport Stadium ahead of their last game against Zambia has said the team needs to go on a good footing and show some positives to their fans.
“We have learnt a lot of positives from this tournament. We have made some costly mistakes that cost us a quarter-final ticket. We have to go out there now to get a goal so that we can go back to Namibia with positives and regroup for the next competition,” Namibia Captain Dynamo Fredericks said.
In the last encounter against Tanzania, Namibia had fourteen shots but just four went on target, something the side will have to change against Zambia. Nambia will face Zambia at 8 pm local time this Wednesday, January 27 at the Limbe Omnisport Stadium.
Namibia has been able to boss most of the games that they have played so far. Against Tanzania, the side had most of the possession and completed more passes against Tanzania.
It should be noted that Namibia lost its first game against Guinea 3-0. They were the beaten 1-0 against Tanzania. This last game against Zambia will be very important for the morale of the squad that even though they are out, they can show something to their country and their fans.
It should be noted that after 2 games played in Group D, Guinea leads with 4 points, followed by Zambia with 4 points. Just goal difference separates Guinea from Zambia. Tanzania is third with 3 points. They can qualify for the quarter-finals should they beat Guinea. Namibia is bottom of the group with 0 points.
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