Unsettled Gilport expected to dominate transfer market

In the hunt: Lion are expected to be the busiest club during the January transfer window
In the hunt: Lion are expected to be the busiest club during the January transfer window

Beleaguered Premier League side, Gilport Lions are expected to dominate the transfer window, which opens on January 1.

Gilport are in a crisis with only eight registered players left while the rest terminated their contracts due to the club’s failure to meet contractual obligations.

The players recently boycotted their game against Jwaneng Galaxy over unpaid salaries for October and November. They involved the Footballers Union of Botswana (FUB) in the matter and the players and the club agreed to mutual termination of contracts. The Botswana Premier League (BPL) was forced to postpone the team’s league matches until January when the league resumes.

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