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  • BPL’s big cut: from 16 to 12 teams?

    Botswana Football Association (BFA) is bracing for showdown talks with its structures should they heed a German football scientist, Christoph Rocholl’s advice of cutting down...

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  • Chambesi checks in at Orapa United

    Orapa United has contacted and convinced Zambian mentor Benston Chambesi  to succeed Madinda Ndlovu as their next head coach starting from  January. United’s eagerness to cajole...

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  • Mzambiya’s compensation antics backfire

    Former Senior national team winger Phenyo ‘Mzambiya’ Mongala’s best laid plans to trick BDF XI  into paying him medical compensation have frantically collapsed after the...

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  • Africa in Russia 2018

    The world football cup to be held in Russia next year will once again kick start on a new chapter. The tournament will no doubt...

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  • BISA wants control over centres of sports excellence

    It has been a decade since centres of sports excellence were introduced in the country, but Botswana Integrated Sports Association (BISA) is unhappy with their...

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  • BAA in P300k debt

    Botswana Athletics Association (BAA) is in yet another financial fix-as pressure mounts on them to produce athletes’ funds belonging to the men and women’s 4X400m...

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  • Consultant sues BFA

    Asinamona Investments (PTY) Ltd, a consultancy company based in South Africa has dragged Botswana Football Association (BFA) to the High Court of Botswana seeking payments...

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  • ‘The Blues’ break barriers but…

    The records in the first opening 8 games previously set by Police XI and Mochudi Centre Chiefs have been broken by determined Township Rollers in...

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  • Ndlovu limps as Orapa coach

    Madinda Ndlovu’s tenure as Orapa United head coach might come to an abrupt end should he fail to defend his case in seven days time. WeekendSport...

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  • Mogorosi, Nicola await verdict

    Township Rollers duo, Nicola Kavasovic and injured winger, Joel Mogorosi are waiting pensively for the ruling  after the Botswana Premier League Disciplinary  Committee slapped them...

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