Stop-start season disrupts rhythm

The start to the new season has been constantly disrupted. PIC: PHATSIMO KAPENG
The start to the new season has been constantly disrupted. PIC: PHATSIMO KAPENG

Clubs have been left disappointed as the stop-start season persists, with another unexpected break scheduled this weekend.

The league started late owing to sponsorship challenges and when it got underway, international dates have interrupted action.
A difficult season for most clubs, which face financial challenges, has got worse with the stop-start action.

Most of the clubs rely on gate takings, and inaction means no income.Teams have played only twice in October, due to a prolonged FIFA week, and then the general elections held on Wednesday. Gaborone United’s Nicholas Zakhem said the disruptions were affecting the running of the league.

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