First Division operates without vice chairperson

The First Division South League (FDSL) is yet to appoint a vice chairperson, contrary to expectation that substantive announcements would be made at the general assembly next weekend.

Sam Keitireng is still the acting chairperson.  He was asked to hold the fort after his predecessor, Tariq Babitseng, was elevated to the position of the Botswana Football Association (BFA) vice president-administration. Keitireng told Mmegi Sport yesterday the assembly was expected to discuss the two positions, but decided to postpone the item to the next meeting.  He also said the appointments would be completed at a meeting to welcome new FDSL teams next month.

“We are still negotiating with Lesirane FC and Rolling Boys representatives to see if they are interested in the position.

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