Gunners dictate the sacred laws of Botswana football

Banana skin: Gunners have had a say in the tittle race and demotion for seasons now. PIC KABO MPAETONA
Banana skin: Gunners have had a say in the tittle race and demotion for seasons now. PIC KABO MPAETONA

There are only three sacred laws in Botswana football. Though they are not written, clubs are well advised to obey them to avoid certain disaster.

The first law is that any club that wants to avoid the dreaded relegation axe from the Premier League must finish above Lobatse giants, Extension Gunners. Mapantsula is the only side that has never relegated from the Botswana top division under its various guises.

From the look of things, this state of affairs is not likely to change in this millennium. So the surest way for all teams in the topflight to stay up is a finish above the peerless Gunners in any campaign.

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