THE Brave Warriors have entered into negotiations to plan a friendly match against Bafana Bafana in October.
The negotiation is still in its early stages because the modalities around international travelling still have to be finalised after both countries relaxed restrictive measure earlier this week.
Dan Kamati, the spokesperson of the Namibia Football Association, said the Namibian received an invitation and have since been working on the proposal while taking into consideration all the details that the teams will have to adhere to with regards to COVID -19 regulations.
Kamati noted that the invitation came from the South African Football Association and since then it has been confirmed that the match will take place in South Africa.
The match will form part of the Fifa International Break and is provisionally set for 8 October 2020.
According to Kamati, the NFA congratulate Peter Shalulile for his unprecedented achievement in South Africa.
“We are proud to have such a great ambassador in him, a player who gives his all the time and who continues to inspire by settings standards,” Kamati said.
Brave Warriors star striker, Peter Shalulile, is expected to lead the Brave Warriors when they take on the South Africans in the international friendly match next month.
Shalulile, who plays for Highlands Park, 0çc netted four times in the last six games inside the ‘bubble’ to take his season’s tally from 12 back in March to 16, which sees him snatch a 50 percent share of the R50 000-prize money. He shares the prize with Malawian Gabadino Mango.
The figure is the joint-highest total in a 30-game top-flight season since the legendary Siyabonga ‘Bhele’ Nomvethe found the back of the net 20 times in 2011/12.