WOLVES captain Connor Coady said he is praying teammate Raul Jimenez will make a full recovery after the Mexican was taken to hospital with a head injury during his side's 2-1 win at Arsenal on Sunday.
The Namibia Football Association has snubbed the Committee of Eminent Person's recommedations, as it continues with plans to get its Namibia Premier Football League (NPFL) up and running.
The CEP advised that the NFA abandon its plans to start another top-flight league in favour of reconnecting with the exiled Namibia Premier League.
That seems unlikely after the new top tier division held its first members' meeting in Windhoek on Thursday night to elect delegates to the 29th NFA ordinary congress which takes place on 5 December.
The NPFL also elected their representative, Robert Shimooshili of Blue Waters, to the NFA executive committee as per Article 33.1 of the NFA constitution.
The NPFL plans to kick off in February 2021 after the Brave Warriors' return from the African Nations Championship.
Young African chairman Maleagi Ngarizemo confirmed the development to The Namibian Sport.
He is part of four members seconded to the NFA congress alongside Kelly Asser (Tigers FC), Lucky Richter (Black Africa Sport Club) and Elrico Boy Flo Nakusera (Young Brazilians FC).
FIFA will bankroll the NPFL's debut campaign with US$1,5 million. Similarly, MTC committed N$4,5 million to revive the NFA Cup in February 2021.
At the NPFL meeting were Lucky Richter and Jimmy Julie for Black Africa SC; Robert Shimooshili and Tomy Ikela for Blue Waters SC; Nelson Luis and JP dos Santos for Julinho Sporting FC; Nicklaas Kasilipile for Orlando Pirates SC; Elrico Boy Nakusera for Young Brazilians FC; Kelly Asser and Kenneth Angula for Tigers FC; Tim Isaacs and Donnely Nell of Civics FC; Maleagi Ngarizemo and Ralph Makgone for Young African FC; Dave Goagoseb for Citizens FC; Erastus Kuume for Mighty Gunners FC.
Titus Kunamwene and Mabos Vries represented the NFA.
Meanwhile, Tura Magic FC's application to join the newly formed league is still being scrutinised and thus could not be attended to during Thursday's meeting.