Former PSL pair Nauseb, Kanalelo take over at new club

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Robert Nauseb during his time at Kaizer Chiefs where he played as a right-wingback
Robert Nauseb during his time at Kaizer Chiefs where he played as a right-wingback

The duo of former Kaizer Chiefs and Mamelodi Sundowns players Robert Nauseb and Ronnie Kanalelo have taken over a new project ahead of the resumption of football in Namibia.

The proposed restart of Namibian club football is set for next month following a myriad of boardroom issues and disputes that have crippled the domestic for over four years now.

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Nauseb will work as an assistant to Kanalelo at UNAM FC.

UNAM will be playing in the country’s top-flight league.

Since retiring Nauseb has also been involved in coaching with different clubs and the Brave Warriors.

In his time as a player time in South Africa, he featured for Kaizer Chiefs, Ajax Cape Town, Hellenic, Bloemfontein Celtic, Santos, and Ikapa Sporting.

Ronnie Kanalelo

Kanalelo temporarily left the game two years ago frustrated by events that had happened during his time working as a goalkeeper coach in the PSL but has recently returned and has been involved with the national team.

He played for Sundowns as a goalkeeper from 1997 until he retired in 2005.

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