BFA apologises to Rollers over registrations

Jersey mix- up: Sikele (9) was forced to use Jerome Ramatlhakwana's number after a registration mix- up. PIC: KABO MPAETONA
Jersey mix- up: Sikele (9) was forced to use Jerome Ramatlhakwana's number after a registration mix- up. PIC: KABO MPAETONA

The Botswana Football Association (BFA) has apologised to Township Rollers over the mix-up in registration of some of their players for the CAF Champions League match against Kaizer Chiefs.

One of the messes led to exciting winger, Motsholetsi Sikele wearing the number nine jersey with the player’s name covered.  Sikele usually wears jersey number 28. Rollers had given the association the list with players’ numbers, but the association erroneously registered him with the number nine shirt instead of 28.

Rollers were only aware of the situation in the morning of February 11 when they got the print-out.

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