In-disciplined Clubs Face The Chop

Jagdish. PIC. KENNEDY RAMOKONE
Jagdish. PIC. KENNEDY RAMOKONE

A number of Botswana Premier League (BPL) team are likely to face the chop for failure to fully comply with the club licensing regulations, BPL chairperson Jagdish Shah said.

Speaking at the Footballers Union of Botswana (FUB) congress over the weekend, Shah warned that teams that fail to get licensing in the next season would be eliminated from the elite. The move is in line with BPL efforts to improve players’ welfare.

“We gave many clubs provisional licenses and a lot of the provisions were not implemented. This year clubs must fully comply. If means that clubs are eliminated then it should be so.

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