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Coaches happy with quality

04/26/21 | JESSE JACKSON KAURAISA

With hard tackles, touchline frustration, a live broadcast and the scorching weather of the Sam Nujoma Stadium, the transitional Namibia Premier Football League (NPFL) produced thrilling action.

Coaches of teams in the transitional Namibia Premier Football League are happy with the level of commitment their players have displayed over the past two weeks.

It was the first time in the past two years that most of the players played competitive football.

Many of them were expected to struggle with game fitness following such a long time without playing the beautiful game.

Some players were fortunate to play in mini and reserve tournaments around the country, but it was not enough to bring them to a level they would want to be.

Black Africa and Tura Magic

Black Africa bounced back from a terrible first weekend to claim bragging rights in Katutura with a 3-1 win.

But the former Namibia Premier League champions had to dig deep to silence a youthful and talented Tura Magic.

“I was satisfied with the performance the boys gave against Tura Magic, who were making things difficult for us.

“Last weekend, the team lost two matches because they were still new to each other and most of them had not played a competitive match together.

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