Tuesday May 08, 2018. 15:00
Namibia football giants Blue Waters survived relegation from the country’s top flight league despite suffering defeat to African Stars over the Weekend.
Stars thrashed Waters thrashed 3-0 in the final Namibian Premier League match of the season which was played in Windhoek on Sunday.
Waters caretaker coach Fisher Kalimba said the management team will have to sign more experienced players to make the team more competitive.
“Some of the youngsters are not really experienced enough to play at this level, although they are still learning,” he said on The Namibian.
“But I think we need to bring in new players who can step up and bring new competition into the team so that we can be more competitive, and not lose like this.
“We all know Blue Waters as a team that always fights, but as we have seen this whole season,” he added.
“We have not been fighting, and we have struggled a lot, especially when we were travelling away.”
Walters are the oldest football club in Namibi having been established in 1936 and they have won four Premier League titles.
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