New Era (Windhoek)

29 November 2012

Namibia: Black Africa Must Maintain Hunger for Winning ? Isaacks

Windhoek — Brian Isaacks, the veteran coach of the reigning champions of the MTC Namibia Premier League (NPL), Black Africa, has called upon his fast-improving charges to maintain the momentum and continue to win games.

Isaacks told them their hunger for winning more games is the only way they can improve and retain the league title, come end of this season.

Isaacks was reflecting on how they were struggling at the beginning of the season and on how hard he has worked to get his squad to the top of the table, saying he is well aware of the mounting pressure at the summit of the log - but insisted that his team has the quality to make a breakthrough and win the league title for the 3rd consecutive year.

With the likes of lanky striker Roger Katjiteo, Lovers Kamuhanga and Jerome Louis currently in top form, Isaacks promised to work on the fitness and tactics of the players in the hope of having a fired-up squad in every encounter.

He added that he is now working on new game plans, tactics and also on new ways to change the players' approach towards crucial games, and is now determined to win every game that comes their way.

Speaking of this coming Friday's match against Civics, Isaacks vowed to go out full force, saying Civics is not an easy team and games against them are never a stroll in the park.

Ever confident, Issacks, said with the new combination of strikers Roger Katjiteo and Tara Katupose, fans can look forward to a physical match with goals galore.

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