BFA begin hunt for new CEO

Decision time: Sebego
Decision time: Sebego

The Botswana Football Association (BFA) has begun the hunt to replace former chief executive officer, Keith Masters with the successor expected in office within four months.

Masters’ stay was cut short when the two parties decided to part ways 12 months before the end of the Briton’s contract.

He had signed a contract in February 2013, becoming the first expatriate BFA CEO. Masters’ departure came immediately after the alleged discovery of pornographic material on his laptop and a large amount of Viagra, a controlled substance.

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