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  • BFA hands Sankoyo a lifeline

    The dust has finally settled on the gruesome matter that saw Maun based outfit, Sankoyo Bush Bucks losing 29 points after being found guilty of...

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  • BFA responds to Khama

    There is a way in which we run football – Sebego hits back The governing body of local football, Botswana Football Association has distanced themselves from...

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  • Head coach overlooked for boxing Coaches’ commission

    Botswana will lose a medal at the Africa champions, former national team head coach Thebe Setlalekgosi has said, lampooning the Botswana Boxing Association (BoBA’s) executive...

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  • Moloi could move to Asia

    Following the sacking of Coach Madinda Ndlovu in the last minutes of this past season, some players at Township Rollers who were brought by the...

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  • Premier League own goal!

    Chief Executive resignation spells doom for League Botswana Premier League (BPL)’s long standing wish to operate independently is fast withering away following their unpopular decision to...

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  • Six coaches eye Rollers job

    Nare have applied Township Rollers management is preparing to start negotiations that will usher in their coach for next season following Madinda Ndlovu’s resignation at the...

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  • GU sues Moeng over school fees

    The reigning Mascom Top 8 Champions, Gaborone United (GU), are bracing themselves for a potentially gruesome legal battle with former player, Bakang Moeng, whom they...

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  • Ngele forms panel of football rule makers

    Mogakolodi Tsotso Ngele’s name has been submitted among others, to the International Football Association Board (IFAB) to form a part of panel of players who...

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  • Notwane, Satmos to play decider match

    Relegation haunted clubs, Notwane and Satmos are to have another go at each other, after the Selibe Phikwe side won their case against Sankoyo Bush...

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  • Rollers seek Jomo reunion…

    Township Rollers intend to plough ahead with their transfer business despite the potentially long process of identifying a new coach. Their extensive inquiries include exploring...

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