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Saturday, 4 November, 2000, 12:29 GMT
Namibia name new coach
Abdelaziz Benhamlat of Algeria and Marc Vivien Foe
Abdelaziz Benhamlat of Algeria (right) are in Namibia's group
Romania-born coach Ted Dumitru has been appointed the new coach of Namibia.

The 60-year-old Dumitru replaces local Lucky Richter.

Dumitru quit South African Premiership club Manning Rangers two months ago after a series of poor performances he blamed on a 'third force' without giving details.

He is one of a few coaches to have guided the 'big three' in South Africa - Kaizer Chiefs, Sundowns, Orlando Pirates - and had brief spells in charge of Zambia and Swaziland during the 1980s.

Namibia are struggling in the 2002 African Nations Cup qualifiers after losses to Nigeria and Zambia and appear the likely whipping boys of a World Cup group including Algeria, Egypt, Morocco and Senegal.

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