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Boitumelo Khutsafalo
  • Mpote tipped for Zebras job

    Mpote has been in charge on an interim basis since the departure of Adel Amrouche last year. Sources said while Mpote has reverted to his role as Under-23 coach, he will get the nod for the senior team job as the association is too broke to appoint a...

  • Chopped Premier League sides get second chance

    The clubs, Extension Gunners, Morupule Wanderers, Mogoditshane Fighters, Eleven Angels and Masitaoka were recently denied licenses and also had their appeals dismissed after failing to meet the club licensing requirements.The decision meant the five...

  • Legal tussle over Chiefs brand

    The club recently declared that it has turned into a company, Mochudi Centre Chiefs (Pty) Ltd. However, it has since turned out that the society has not been entirely dissolved and the recently elected new interim committee is ready to battle for the...

  • CRACKiT Challenge organisers hope for success

    The tournament is the brainchild of CRACKiT Tuitions and features crowd pullers, Township Rollers, Extension Gunners, Mochudi Centre Chiefs and Masitaoka.The tournament’s objective, according to the organisers is to promote sports tourism as well...

  • BFL to engage Mascom over Top 8 competition

    The football fraternity was left disappointed over reports that there will be no Mascom Top 8 this year. The company, Mascom Wireless, has reportedly released a statement announcing the news this past weekend, much to the disappointment of local...

  • Chiefs lose out as CRACKiT buys City Polar stake

    The company, through its CEO, Moemedi Senwelo had initially expressed interest in acquiring shares at Magosi after they transformed into a company. However, the local entrepreneur yesterday revealed to Mmegi Sport that the proposal to Chiefs failed...

  • Galaxy, Rollers in SA, Lesotho pre-season tours

    With Galaxy travelling to South Africa this weekend for a four-team tournament, Rollers on the other hand will leave for Lesotho next week.Galaxy will tomorrow join two GladAfrica championship sides, JDR Stars and AmaTuks, as well ORBIT College,...

  • Chiefs’ fans usher in new interim committee

    The meeting came about following the mass resignations of executive committee members in recent months.Few weeks back the club suffered the last blow when the chairperson, Edwin Mothulatshipi also handed in his resignation, leaving only two committee...

  • TAFIC survives relegation

    The second city recently faced a depressing future when TAFIC, one of the local clubs with a large following faced relegation after finishing second from the bottom in the Debswana First Division North league.However, Eleven Angels brought smiles...

  • Rollers, GU rivalry spills into boardroom

    The latter have reportedly lodged a formal complaint to the Botswana Football Association (BFA) accusing Rollers of inviting ‘their’ player to train with them. The player, Omphile Phale, according to the national champions trained with Rollers...

  • Zebras Through in CHAN qualifiers

    Mogomotsi ‘Teenage’ Mpote’s charges advanced through an away goal rule after 2-2 aggregate score.The two sides played to a 0-0 draw at Obed Itani Chilume Stadium a fortnight ago in the first leg, forcing the Zebras to go all out in the second...

  • 'Two-man' Chiefs seek solutions

    The club recently announced that it would now operate as a company with the society now set to be dissolved.However, before the process was completed, the club was rocked by the resignation of chairperson, Edwin Mothulatshipi two weeks back, leaving...

  • Chiefs' internal wars escalate

    His resignation comes at a time when the club had just reached a transformation milestone from the society to a company. Mothulatshipi, who became the chairperson last year, was instrumental in leading the transformation drive.Although his...

  • Premier League sides gear up for next season

    Gaborone United (GU) dominated the show last season, winning the league title and the Orange FA Cup. Immediately after the end of the season, Masitaoka announced the release of a number of players including once feared striker, Patrick Kaunda.After...

  • More fireworks expected in second-tier league

    Speaking to Mmegi Sport yesterday, Mokgwa said they expect an even more entertaining battle next season to see who gains promotion with the arrival of VTM, Black Rangers, Notwane, and Gilport Lions. “I cannot talk much about preparation for next...

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