Nauseb at Arrows

Rudi Bowe

Former Namibia international footballer Robert Nauseb is appointed as the new coach at the harbour town’s Premier League side Eleven Arrows on a three-year contract.

Nauseb took charge of the team with immediate effect and will work with the current technical team and will focus on his new job to help Arrows finish in the top five of the MTC Namibia Premier League (NPL).
Eleven Arrows will travel all the way from Walvis Bay to battle NPL pacesetters Black Africa at the Sam Nujoma Stadium on Saturday in the inaugural edition of the tournament.
Eleven Arrows are currently tenth on the NPL log and are 19 points adrift of log leaders Black Africa. Arrows will play the inaugural edition of the Standard Bank Top 8 Cup tomorrow at the Sam Nujoma Stadium in Windhoek against Black Africa.
Nauseb joined South African side Kaizer Chiefs from Civics in 1997. He played for the Glamour Boys until 2001 where he made 87 appearances and scoring nine goals. During the 2001/02 season he had a short spell with Cape Town club, Hellenic and then joins Ajax Cape Town for the 2002/03 season before he had stint at Santos and Ikapa Sporting.
The former midfielder represented the Namibian national team for 16 years, making 27 appearances and scoring two goals, before hanging up his boots.

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