BFA in race to resolve 35 player disputes

The BFA has moved to protect players
The BFA has moved to protect players

The Botswana Football Association (BFA) faces a race against time, to clear a backlog of 35 cases brought before the Dispute Resolution Chamber (DRC) concerning overdue payables.

Footballers Union of Botswana (FUB) secretary general, Kgosana Masaseng said the DRC is still dealing with cases from the past seasons, something that has delayed the full implementation of the Club Licencing.

“Cases are taking too long, right now we are dealing with a backlog of cases dating back two to three seasons,” Masaseng said.

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