Clubs reject foreign players’ quota increase

Value adding: Shilongo is one of the foreign players who have done well
Value adding: Shilongo is one of the foreign players who have done well

Delegates at the Botswana Premier League (BPL) general assembly on Saturday rejected a motion calling for an increased number of foreign players.

The current regulation allows each Premier League side to register three foreign players.

The motion called for the assembly to pave way for teams to be able to register five foreign players, with only three foreign players allowed for each team on the match day squad. Both Township Rollers and Mochudi Centre Chiefs representatives were of the view that the current regulation is putting Premier League sides at a disadvantage.

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