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Premier League sides face stringest regulations in the new season PIC: Kennedy Ramokone
Premier League sides face stringest regulations in the new season PIC: Kennedy Ramokone

The Botswana Football Association (BFA) put its foot firmly down this week when it unequivocally told clubs that without paying players, teams would not play ball. But clubs also want equal commitment from the association, writes MQONDISI DUBE

The Botswana Football Association (BFA) made probably the loudest statement yet regarding Club Licensing, after chief executive officer, Mfolo Mfolo told journalists this week that if a club fails to pay its players, it would be relegated to the bottom league.

“The club will not drop a division, but will go straight down to the bottom division. We are serious about this issue,” said Mfolo.

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