Max has a plan

Maximilian Mbaeva hopes for a great 2019 and promises to remain humble.

28 December 2018 | Sports

Brave Warriors and Golden Arrows goalkeeper Maximilian Mbaeva says he wants to do big things next year.

Mbaeva promised to work harder to impress his two coaches at national and club level.

“I do not think I had a bad 2018 but I feel that I need to work harder in order to play regular football.

“As players, we always want to be in action and do things better because football is close to our hearts.

“I will remain committed to my country and club because these are things that are very close to my heart,” Mbaeva said.

He further wished all his fans a good holiday and urged them to behave responsibly.

The 29-year-old goalkeeper's highest number of appearances for Arrows was during the 2014/15 season, when he played 30 matches in league and cup competitions.

He is a former African Stars first-choice goalkeeper and has been one of Namibia's most remarkable talents.

Mbaeva supported the Gobabis community by donating N$10 000 to the Epako old-age home earlier this month.

“In this life, you have to be a good person and always thank the Almighty for what he has done.

“You have to be willing to work hard in order to provide for those who are unable to work for themselves,” he said.

JESSE JACKSON KAURAISA

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