Premiership Sides Adopt New Licensing Regulations

Premiership Sides Adopt New Licensing Regulations
Premiership Sides Adopt New Licensing Regulations

Premiership sides unanimously agreed to adopt the new licensing regulations during the Botswana Football League (BFL) meeting held on Saturday.

The regulations, which were drafted by the mother body, Botswana Football Association (BFA), will now become the new requirements for all the 16 clubs participating in the league next season.

BFL board chairperson, Aryl Ralebala said after the adoption, the BFA being the regulator, will now call each club to find out whether they are all ready to comply with the regulations. Ralebala also said Confederation of African Football (CAF) has given them four years to fully comply with the regulations.

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