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Boitumelo Khutsafalo
  • Galaxy Re-Writes Own History

    Galaxy beat Simba 3-1 in Tanzania and achieved a rare feat, advancing to the group stages of the continental competition for the first time in their history.After losing 2-0 at home in the first leg, all odds appeared to be stacked against them...

  • Chiefs aim to restore winning culture

    Magosi are eagerly waiting for the start of their second season in the lower division. Following a failed attempt to make an immediate return to the Premier League last season, the once-dominant force in local football has promised a turnaround of...

  • Flamingoes prepare for AGM, league debut

    The club supporters will converge at Botash Recreational Hall on October 28, 2021, to elect a new committee before they take on Gaborone United (GU) in the league opener at Lobatse Sports Complex two days later. However, the club’s spokesperson,...

  • BFL Postpones League Start Yet Again

    The league was originally scheduled to begin this weekend but has since been moved to a week later. The BFL chief executive officer (CEO), Solomon Ramochotlhwane announced that the league will now commence on October 30. The decision, he said, was...

  • Stars told to comply with arbitration rules

    City Stars want the BFA to hear thier case where they are challenging the association's decision to prematurely end the 2019-2020 season. The club gave the association until Wednesday this week to have responded to its demands to place the matter...

  • Molepolole City Threatens League Stoppage

    The club is challenging its relegation from the elite league last season. The long awaited season is scheduled to kickoff on October 23 but City Stars, which was among the two other sides relegated last season have threatened to stop it should the...

  • Zakhem Is The New BFL Chairperson

    Two other directors are Jwaneng Galaxy chairperson, Njabulo Gilika and Kagiso Mogocha. Gilika was the acting chairperson after the resignation of Aryl Ralebala last week.A statement from the BFL chief executive officer (CEO), Solomon Ramochotlhwane...

  • Ralebala vows to put past behind

    Some Premier League sides have publicly questioned Ralebala’s leadership with reports suggesting that there was intense fighting going on behind the scenes at Lekidi Football Centre. However, without dwelling too much on the internal brawls going...

  • Rollers sign three foreign strikers

    The Premier League giants had three vacant spots reserved for foreign players after South African midfielder, Kamogelo Matsabu left the club. Matsabu has reportedly secured a job outside football in his country. Few weeks back, the club’s chief...

  • Masaseng humbled by FIFPRO role

    Masaseng assumed the new position of the continental body last week during the FIFpro Africa congress held in South Africa. The position is newly created to try and manage the transition at FIFPRO Africa. “It (the appointment) has brought about...

  • Orapa, Galaxy Proceed In CAF Competitions

    Given the fact that there has been no football activity in the country since March last year, the two teams faced uphill battles against their opponents.However, the two giants proved once again that they are growing in confidence on the continental...

  • BFL tightens screws on players’ transfers

    Speaking at last weekend’s Footballers Union of Botswana (FUB) elective congress, Ramochotlhwane said in the past the Players’ Status Committee has had to deal with so many cases of disputes between players and their clubs. However, he said the...

  • Systems seek waiver as coach hunt continues

    Systems were left without a head coach following the death of Keitumetse ‘Pio’ Paul last month due to COVID-19 complications. The club has since been given two months by the BFA to appoint his successor. Systems have requested two waivers from...

  • Tshekiso Retains FUB Presidency

    He has already said he will push for players’ development programs in his second term of office. Tshekiso also said the union will come up with initiatives in which players can pursue other career interests beyond footbal. He has also said players...

  • Tshekiso to push players' programmes

    The former Zebras striker is seeking re-election as the union heads for an elective congress tomorrow. He is contesting for the position with another former national team striker, Sekhana ‘Nandos’ Koko. Tshekiso said with this initiative, he...

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