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Black Africa seeking redemption as NPFL continues

2021-04-23  Maurice Kambukwe

Black Africa seeking redemption as NPFL continues
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After dropping all six points during last weekend’s opening round of the newly established Namibia Premier Football League (NPFL), Black Africa veteran gaffer Brian Isaacs and his charges are on a mission to redeem themselves this weekend when they confront Tura Magic.

BA, as Black Africa is affectionately known, will tomorrow square off against a motivated Tura Magic side at the Sam Nujoma stadium, in what is anticipated to be an all-out clash between the two Katutura outfits.

Last weekend, BA kicked off their NPFL transitional league campaign on a poor note when they lost both matches against Young African (0-1) and Mighty Gunners (1-2) on Saturday and Sunday, while Tura Magic, on the other hand, started off in lukewarm fashion as they managed to secure a 1-0 win against Gunners and drew 1-1 against Tigers. 

Outlining his plans for tomorrow’s assignment against the Magicians, as Tura Magic is also known, Isaacs said they are on a mission to redeem themselves and restore a measure of pride, saying that mission starts tomorrow against Tura Magic.

“We are looking forward to the game against a good Tura Magic team, they are in good shape, and so I think this will be a good game. We are desperate to get maximum points and we will be playing with caution and explore more opportunities in that encounter. We had a full week to prepare for this encounter and I can say we are ready for Saturday; it’s a crucial game for all of us and the plan is to take maximum points,” said Isaacs.

2021-04-23  Maurice Kambukwe

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