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  • BFA stiches TV deal

    Botswana Football Association (BFA) is negotiating possible terms with a local production company to produce footage for National First Division leagues in the next football...

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  • 6 GU players walk out

    It does not rain but pour for beleaguered Gaborone United (GU); as six players have terminated their contracts just a few hours before the team...

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  • Baroka FC track Kavazovic

    The future of Township Rollers head coach Nikola Kavazovic continues to be a subject of major speculation following South African based club, Baroka FC’s latest...

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  • Chiefs desperate for Top 8 finish

    For countless time this season, Mochudi Centre Chiefs have appeared irredeemable. Their title defence has of course fizzled out since 3 years ago but points...

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  • Rollers identify ‘Talk-Talk’ replacement

    Gaborone United’s right back Jackson Lesole is tipped as a potential replacement for Township Rollers veteran player Tshepo Motlhabankwe as the former enters the doorstep...

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  • Rollers lose BWP P400 000…

    Botswana Premier League(BPL) giants, Township Rollers are set to lose a total of P 400 000 for their Confederation of African Football(CAF) game against  Kampala...

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  • BPL adopts La Liga system

    The Botswana Premier League (BPL) board of governors is said to be on gearing up to start implementing Spain’s La Liga strategy as efforts to...

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  • Seakanyeng set to join Orapa

    Gaborone United’s influential player Kabelo Seakanyeng is heading to Orapa United in the next transfer window in January and has already penned a pre- contract...

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  • Gunners may dump All Kasi

    The fuming Extension Gunners is ready to drop Tsa Gae Clothing Label Company trading as AllKasi following reports that the latter is failing to adhere...

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  • Notwane’s premiership plan

    Notwane football club is preparing for a completely different BTC Premiership compared to the 2013/2014 season in which it relegated. The team, after bouncing back...

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