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New Era Newspaper Friday April 6, 2018

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36 SPORT Friday, April 6 2018| NEW ERA ‘Brilliant Reds should have killed off City’ Jurgen Klopp saluted Liverpool’s “brilliant” 3-0 thrashing of Manchester City, but the Reds boss admitted his side should have killed off the Champions League Liverpool tore City apart with three goals in the opening 31 Goals from Mohamed Salah, Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain and Sadio Mane had the Premier League leaders reeling in a frenzied atmosphere. But, while some will believe that goal spree is enough for Liverpool to start looking forward to players had missed an opportunity to seal the victory ahead of next week’s second leg at Eastlands. was how football should look. We knew about the quality of City but also about our quality as well,” Klopp said. “The result is not what we expected but we needed to play more football in the second half. “They did not have a lot of chances but we didn’t play much football ourselves.” Well aware that City demolished Liverpool 5-0 in the Premier League in Manchester in only halftime. 3-0 up, good. We defended their passes really good. good.” The only clouds on a golden evening for Klopp were a muscle injury to Egypt star Salah and a booking for Jordan Henderson that rules the Liverpool captain out of the second leg. “We lose one player to injury and another - the captain - to a yellow card so it does not feel good. Mo said he feels good but we will have to see about that,” Klopp said. failed to register a shot on target since October 2016. City boss Pep Guardiola conceded his team could have no complaints after a rare limp display. “We started with enormous personality but they scored a were better,” he said. had control of the game but they regrets or complaints. “They had two attacks and scored two goals. That was tough but for the rest of the game we were so, so good. We had to score a goal but they defended more.” Guardiola was adamant his players still believe they can pull off an incredible comeback in the return leg. First, City must focus on Saturday’s derby against Manchester United, when a win will give them the English title. “Nobody believes but we have another game,” Guardiola said. “We have to accept it and now we have United at home and then Liverpool at home. We see what but we believe.” – Nampa/AFP Djokovic splits from coaches Lone ranger… The Business and Intellectual Property Authority is an independent institution established by virtue The Business and Intellectual Property Authority is an independent business institution and established intellectual by virtue property of BIPA in Namibia. Act No. 8 BIPA of 2016 is an to equal facilitate opportunity and employer and invites promote the efficient and effective registrations of business and intellectual property in Namibia. BIPA is an equal opportunity employer and invites competent & suitably qualified candidates to apply for the following VACANCIES positions: Department Position VACANCY Department Position OFFICER Get full information from our website: www.bipa.gov.na//vacancies Enquiries: Human Capital Enquiries: Practitioner Human @ Capital 061-2994400 Practitioner @ 061-2994400 Closing date for applications: 08 September 2017 Novak Djokovic has parted company with coach Radek Stepanek days after the departure of head coach Andre Agassi from his team, the former world No 1 announced. “After Miami, Novak Djokovic and his tennis coach Radek Stepanek decided to end their cooperation,” said a statement on Djokovic’s website (www.novakdjokovic.com). “The private relationship with Stepanek was and will remain great and Novak has enjoyed working with him and learning from him. He remains grateful and appreciative of all the support he has received from Radek during the last period.” The 12-times grand slam winner ended his collaboration with Agassi last week after struggling to rediscover his form following a long elbow injury layoff. Former professional Stepanek had joined Djokovic’s team on a part-time basis after eight-times major winner Agassi came on board ahead of last year’s French Open. The Serb’s form has faltered since winning his maiden French Open title in 2016 to complete a career grand slam. Following defeat at Roland Garros last year, the 30-year-old retired against Czech Tomas Berdych in the Wimbledon for six months with an elbow injury. After crashing out of the last-16 at the Australian Open in January, he had surgery on his elbow but has so far failed to get back to his best. Djokovic is set to return to action at the Monte Carlo Masters from April 14-22 after a short holiday. - Supersport.com

Friday, April 6 2018 | NEW ERA SPORT 37 Yours truly has been following carefully, with an eagle’s eye, the ongoing shenanigans of domestic football. here is the outdated biblical an eye and tooth for tooth – an extremely dangerous exercise that obviously leaves everybody blind. For starters, football, let alone the Namibia Football Association (NFA), Enq: Mrs. A. P. Ashipala 0818703758 REPUBLIC OF NAMIBIA be treated accordingly. Many a neutral football fan might recall that there has never been a case of theft game of football though the Ministry of education Omusati region, Elim circuit Kooma primary school, P. o. Box 859, Oshakati Kooma Primary School (Oshikuku circuit) has a permanent junior primary post and would like to invite interested and (Oshikuku – Outapi) and less than a kilometer from the Vacant post: 1x Junior Primary -grade 2 (Medium of instruction Oshindonga) Minimum requirements: Additional requirements Application should be made on a government form no 156043/156094 with attached documents: Application should be forwarded or hand delivered to: *Only short listed candidates will be invited for interview. NB* closing date: 23 April 2018 Football faces acid test dominant view among the uniformed is that money is being swindled out of football coffers. The bone of contention is the staggering amount of US,000 (N6,000) yearly grant earmarked for the NFA President, referred Allowance” to the Presidents of Associations. Valuable information gathered from reliable sources within the corridors of Football House revealed that NFA received a hefty annual grant of US0,000 to be divided as follows: US,000 is for youth football, US,000 for match remainder (US,000) set aside for the Association’s seating President. As it stands, there is no clear indication whether this money is for the of directives or guidelines as to how this money should be his rights to demand that the All these things boil down to accountability and lack of dark for far too long about the association’s Yours truly s e r i o u s l y doubts that all these dozens wrongdoings would have been thrown certain blokes within the association not fallen out I’m just wondering. There is an element of exercise, which softens the edges of moral outrage - thus conduct. Who decides ultimately? What role do we as football the game we follow with football administrators on the straight and narrow. I’m just asking. It should be well consumed Carlos Kambaekwa that FIFA is an autonomous body that does not tolerate outside interference and our football leaders are in the FIFA statutes to avoid Truth be told, collecting N,000 for “Out of Town Allowance” is way beyond any imagination given notwithstanding the Association’s own fragile Allowance should be demarcated from country to country, for instance, within the Southern African rest of Africa and overseas While I am not against the damning accusations levelled yours truly is inclined to conclude that Mbidi is being held hostage for his wayward handling of the secretarygeneral’s contract renewal. Finally, the fundamental question that needs to be addressed is; why did all these cases not come to the fore ages ago as far as three years back. Am I then going to stand accused of ignorance and being biased if I conclude that the NFA Executive was only made aware of these transgressions now? I rest my case. INVITATION FOR AFFECTED AND INTERESTED PARTIES ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT ASSESSMENT (EIA) PROJECT NAME AND DESCRIPTION: PROPOSED OIL FACILITY AND SHOPPING COMPLEX – ON PORTION X IN OSHITAMBI, ONEKWAYA WEST This notice serve to inform all Interested and Affected Parties that an application for the made to the Environmental Commissioner as per the Environmental Management Act (No. 7 of 2007) and the Government Notice No. 30 of 2012 PROJECT NAME: PROPOSED OIL FACILITY AND SHOPPING COMPLEX – ON PORTION IN OSHITAMBI, ONEKWAYA WEST, OHANGWENA Proponent: Environmental Consultants: Namland Consultants cc EIA process. Therefore, all Interested and Affected Parties (I&APs) are invited to register. All registered To register or to submit your contributions, please contact: NAMLAND CONSULTANTS P.O. Box 55160, Rocky Crest, Windhoek Tel: +264 61 21 3641 EFax 0886519068 Email:consultancy@namland.com.na INVITATION TO A PUBLIC MEETING: VENUE: SITE, OSHITAMBI ONEKWAYA WEST, OHANGWENA REGION DATE: 21 APRIL 2018 TIME: 10:00 AM PURPOSE: PRESENTATION OF THE PROPOSED Development, Questions and Answers For the youth… Members of the KSSR pose with Mayor of Windhoek Muesee Kazapua during a cheque handover by the CoW for the Under 13 Mayoral League at the launch in Windhoek. City of Windhoek launches Mayoral U/13 League WINDHOEK The City of Windhoek (CoW) recently re-launched its annual Mayoral include football, netball and volleyball. CoW to get the youth off the streets and the attention of many schools within the city and the event has always been successful, hence the decision to let among youth at school level. The tournament was established in 2010 with nine schools. The league will run in collaboration commended the CoW for investing in the youth and converting the Mayoral The CoW budgeted N,000 for the Mayoral League 2018. Among others, school will be given cash. 20 bronze medals. – Nampa

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