Coaches� body refutes bias claims


The Botswana Football Coaches Association (BFCA) president, Nelson Olebile has refuted claims they were was biased towards local coaches at the expense of their foreign counterparts.

Olebile’s remarks come after the BFCA released a statement on Tuesday condemning the behaviour of coaches in the league match between Township Rollers and Sharps Shooting Stars played on Sunday at the UB Stadium.  The attack was seen as directed towards Rollers’ Serbian coach, Nikola Kavazovic.

The emotional match left Rollers’ marksman, Joel Mogorosi with a fractured leg and Kavazovic unleashed scathing attacks on his day’s opponents accusing them of having a small team mentality and intentionally inflicting injuries on his players. His Sharps counterpart, Keitumetse ‘Pio’ Paul, refused to be drawn into the melee, which he termed as ‘small talk’.

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