Tjiueza’s parents speak about their child’s upbringing

By Michael Uugwanga in Walvis Bay

ONLY a few players have featured for the Brave Warriors before they turned 21 years old and went on to establish themselves as regular starters for the national team, with Prins Tjiueza being one of them.

Tjiueza made his Brave Warriors debut in 2021, aged 19, against Guinea in an African Cup of Nations (AFCON) qualifiers match at the Sam Nujoma Stadium, when he replaced Willy Stephanus, in a match that Namibia won 2-1, which Bobby Samaria was then coach of the national team.

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Ever since making his debut for the national team, he has never looked back, and today, his name is always first in the starting eleven, ahead of veteran players such as Absalom Imbondi, Marcell Papama, Wendell Rudell, and Petrus Shitembi.

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His football career began in the lower division for Young United and Spoilers in the first division, while his top-flight football started at Blue Waters in the premiership.

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