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  • Clock ticks on Rollers veterans

    Owing to the slow start to the season by some of big premier league clubs, this football calendar year is billed, once again, as a...

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  • Makhwengwe finally joins GU

    Gaborone United(GU) are reported to have appointed former Prisons XI gaffer Philemon Makhwengwe on a two year deal that comes with responsibilities of mounting a...

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  • Is Southgate beginning a bold new era?

    Amid the euphoria of England's run to the World Cup semi-finals in the summer, one flaw remained evident throughout. Gareth Southgate's side were technically inferior...

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  • Zebras trip costs Gov’t P1 million

    The Ministry of Youth empowerment, Sport and Culture development is expected to part with an estimated P 1 million as national team travel to Ouagadougou,...

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  • Cabinet approves BFA project

    Cabinet has accepted Botswana Football Association (BFA)’s long standing proposal of building a football academy on a piece of land measuring 7 hectors, the  Minister...

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  • Rollers mulls Nato’s future

    The future of hard tackling midfielder Ofentse Nato is a subject of ongoing speculation at high flying Township Rollers following his latest stunts pertaining his...

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  • GU may reunite with Zapata

    There is repeated speculation that Rudolph Zapata will return to his former club Gaborone United (GU) where he enjoyed a season’s little success before falling...

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  • Under-23 coach dilemma

    Botswana Football Association (BFA) is battling an intense dilemma ahead of the appointment of the national Under-23 development coach, who will also deputise Major David...

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  • Rollers eye fresh glory

    Defending premier league champions Township Rollers have written another bold statement of intent when they handed Police XI their first defeat of the season on...

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  • Chiefs’ shrinking sphere of influence

    The juggernaut that used to be Mochudi Center Chiefs is no more.  Lurching from the sublime to the brutal, Magosi as Center Chiefs is popularly...

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