Victorious Young Zebras disappoint BFA official

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MASERU: Though the Young Zebras overcame a muti incident in their rooms to beat Swaziland 2-0 in the opening match of the COSSAFA Under-20 Youth Championships in Maseru, Lesotho on Tuesday, the Botswana Football Association (BFA) vice president (technical) Ernest Nthobelang was not a happy.

After the game, he minced no words in relaying his sentiments about the team’s poor performance to the technical bench. Nthobelang, who heads the Botswana delegation to the tournament expressed concern that Swaziland dominated proceedings and the Young Zebras played more as individuals and failed to retain possession. He said the Zebras were inconsistent and played in patches.

“Technically and tactically, Swaziland was better, but we hope to see an improvement in the next game,” he said.   

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