NFA rubbishes rumours association intends to use FNB WSL funds for B/Warriors’ AFCON

By Michael Uugwanga

NEWLY elected Namibia Football Association (NFA) president Robert Shimooshili has vehemently denied rumours that the association is planning to use the FNB Women Super League (WSL) funds to finance the Brave Warriors’ participation in next year’s Africa Cup of Nations (AFCON) in Ivory Coast.

Shimooshili, elected president last month, also stated that national teams receive support from FIFA, the Confederation of African Football (CAF), the government, and other football stakeholders.

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He said the Brave Warriors will use FIFA, CAF, government, and MTC funds to participate in Ivory Coast next year.

Shimooshili said there are people out there who are attempting to ruin the reputation of the newly elected NFA executive.

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Rumours about the NFA using the FNB WSL surfaced after it was revealed that under previous leadership, the NFA used about N$8 million from women’s football to cover the Brave Warriors’ AFCON participation in Egypt in 2019. However, whether the association could recoup the N$8 million is still being determined.

FNB established a sponsorship arrangement with the NFA last year and invested N$7.5 million in women’s football for three years, N$ 2.

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5 million annually.