BFA, Masters part ways

Botswana expedition cut short: Masters
Botswana expedition cut short: Masters

The Botswana Football Association (BFA) president Tebogo Sebego has confirmed the departure of Chief Executive Officer (CEO), Keith Masters with effect from February 28. Sebego said the decision to terminate Masters’ contract was purely for football reasons.

“The decision to mutually terminate the contract of employment was not based on any wrongdoing on the part of the association nor of Masters.

“The decision was purely based on the interest of both parties and what was best for the development football in Botswana,” Sebego said in a statement.

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