BFA eyes Briton for Zebras job

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The Botswana Football Association (BFA) is eyeing an Englishman to replace Stanley Tshosane as Zebras coach, Mmegi Sport can reveal.

It is said that the BFA, through its chief executive officer, Keith Masters, has been in touch with the candidate, a former West Ham player with no previous coaching record in Africa.

The Zebras were left without a coach after Tshosane was sacked in October, ending a five-year reign. A search to install his successor began with reports that former coach, Colwyn Rowe was interested in a comeback.

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