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  • BFA brotherhood falls apart

    The Botswana Football Association’s (BFA) reform process is expected to come to a grand climax with the evaluation of two year’s concentrated efforts to clean...

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  • GU elders break the silence

    The soul of long suffering Gaborone United (GU) is at stake as two warring factions head into Special elective congress with a sole mandate of...

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  • City Mayor’s marathon here

    The long-awaited Gaborone city mayor’s marathon billed for 22nd September 2018 will take place next week as scheduled, the Marathon organisers have revealed. The City...

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  • Mamelodi loses BFA battle

    Former Premier League Chief Executive Officer (CEO), Bennett Mamelodi has lost a long standing legal battle against past employers Botswana Football Association (BFA), where he...

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  • FIFA threatens to relegate GU

    As Gaborone United (GU) plunges deeper into uncharted football waters, the world football governing body FIFA on one side continues to exert devastating pressure over...

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  • Bright eyes AFCON finals

    Good experience, more ambition. Coach Major David Bright is such a good communicator that he could almost write the headlines for the media himself. In...

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  • FIFA threatens BFA

    The world football governing body, FIFA threatens to place Botswana Football Association (BFA) under restricted funding category following the latter’s delay to submit audited statutory...

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  • BFA guns for Sebego

    In a move seen to be dividing football opinion, the Botswana Football Association (BFA) is said to have adopted a hardline stance on its former...

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  • Zebras faces Angola dilemma

    Following a first defeat by emerging power house of African football, Mauritania, Botswana is suspected to become little more than a spectator in a marvelous...

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  • Stanbic keeps Rollers guessing

    First National Bank of Botswana(FNBB) have secretly expressed unwavering interest to become the next Township Rollers main shirt sponsors should the current sponsor, Stanbic Bank...

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