Namibia name squad for crucial Africa Cup of Nations qualifiers

Namibia have named 14 foreign players and promoted three starlets from their under-20 side in an expansive 36-man squad named by coach Bobby Samaria for their final two Africa Cup of Nations qualifiers later this month.
Steven Damaseb, Amazing Kandjii and Prins Tjiueza were all promoted up after staring for Namibia in their maiden appearance at the U-20 Africa Cup of Nations in Mauritania.
The team will be captained by in-form striker Peter Shalulile of South African champions Mamelodi Sundowns.
Namibia only have an outside chance of qualifying from Group A after losing three of their previous four qualifiers but play Chad in Ndjamena on Wednesday, March 24 and conclude their campaign at home to Guinea on Saturday, March 28.
Goalkeepers: Ndisiro Kamaijanda (Black Africa), Loydt Kazapua (Cape Umoya United, South Africa), Edward Maova (unattached), Ratanda Mbazuvara (African Stars), Virgil Vries (Swallows FC, South Africa),
Defenders: Ananias Gebhardt (Baroka FC, South Africa), Charles Hambira (unattached), Denzil Haoseb (Polokwane City, South Africa), Immanuel Heita (Black Africa), Riaan !Hanamub (Chippa United, South Africa), Ivan Kamberipa (African Stars), Amazing Kandjii (Tura Magic), Tiberius Lombard (Zanaco, Zambia), Emilio Martin, Vitapi Ngaruka (both Black Africa), Ryan Nyambe (Blackburn Rovers, England), Aprocius Petrus (Eleven Arrows)
Midfielders: Obrey Amseb (African Stars), Steven Damaseb (unattached), Dynamo Fredericks (Highlands Park, South Africa), Wangu Gome (FC Alashkert, Armenia), Alfeus Handura (African Stars), Deon Hotto (Orlando Pirates, South Africa), Absalom Iimbondi (Tigers), Wesley Katjiteo (unattached), Marcel Papama (African Stars), Wendell Rudath (Black Africa), Manfred Starke (FSV Zwickau, Germany), Willy Stephanus (Zanaco, Zambia), Prins Tjiueza (Blue Waters),
Forwards: Derl Goagoseb (Black Africa), Issaskar Gurirab (Life Fighters), Joslin Kamatuka (Baroks FC, South Africa), Elmo Kambindu (Mighty Gunners), Salomon Omseb (Tura Magic), Peter Shalulile (Mamelodi Sundowns, South Africa).