Not A Good Show From Chiefs' Officials

Mochudi Centre Chiefs might have gone through to the semis of the prestigious Coca-Cola Cup after they got the decision in their abandoned quarterfinal game against TAFIC.

However, the unruly behaviour of some of Chiefs' officials during the game leaves a lot to be desired.

The game was abandoned in the 85th minute after TAFIC players attacked the assistant referee saying that he failed to raise the flag when the ball went out before it was crossed for Chiefs to take a crucial 2-1 lead. The organising committee has moved swiftly to make a ruling as to who goes to the semis between Chiefs and TAFIC but left the matter of what will happen to those who caused mayhem and the abandonment to the Botswana Football Association (BFA) Disciplinary Committee (DC).

Editor's Comment
We salute Kgomo Khumo for a job well done

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