Dambe, Ngele back in Zebras fold

Dambe and Ngele(pictured) are part of the Zebras squad
Dambe and Ngele(pictured) are part of the Zebras squad

FRANCISTOWN: Township Rollers goalkeeper, Kabelo Dambe and Black Leopards midfielder, Mogakolodi Ngele are amongst high profile names in the Zebras team to face Malawi next week Saturday.

The Zebras take on Malawi in a 2022 World Cup preliminary qualifier at the Francistown Sports Complex.

Both Ngele and Dambe have not been part of the national team since March this year. Dambe replaces teammate, Keagile Kgosipula.   He is said to have fallen out with senior officials at Botswana Football Association (BFA) after he absconded from the national team camp in Francistown prior to an African Nations Championship clash against Zambia early this month.

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