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FRANCISTOWN: Boteti Young Fighters' coach Kenneth Mogae has warned that his charges are still going to cause upsets in topflight football and prove their mettle over formidable Premier League giants.

Speaking after his team surged to the Coca-Cola semifinal by eliminating Gaborone United (GU) 1-0 in a thrilling match played at the Francistown stadium Saturday, the national Under-23 assistant tactician pointed out that his team still has a long way to go in the competition. The win came in a fortnight period after the Boteti side came from behind to send another giants TAFIC to the cleaners in the same competition.

"We want to prove that Boteti's promotion to Premier League was not a fluke. The recent performance is an indication that we can play," said an impressed Mogae. He conceded that the teams he beat in Coke Cup are all strong side and this shows that he has built a better side though there are some few things to address.

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