BFA CEO exit postponed

Botswana Football Association (BFA) chief executive officer, Judge Mookodi who was expected to leave his post at the end of June will now exit at the end of August.

Mookodi confirmed that he would leave at the end of August but referred further questions to BFA president, David Fani.

The BFA decided to terminate Mookodi's contract barely six months into his job. Mookodi had been hired to replace his dismissed predecessor, Mooketsi Tosh Kgotlele. Fani said the BFA made a decision to let Mookodi stay until August 12.

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