BFA appoints Kaelo, Kowa as junior Zebras coaches

Appointed: Kaelo PIC: MORERI SEJAKGOMO
Appointed: Kaelo PIC: MORERI SEJAKGOMO

The Botswana Football Association has appointed Security Systems coach, Kaelo ‘Wire’ Kaelo as the new Under-23 coach, while Patrick Kowa takes charge of the Under-20 side.

“The two coaches who will be working on a temporary basis will be reporting to camp today (September 14) and September 18, respectively ahead of preparations for the upcoming Under-23 Olympic qualifiers and Under-20 COSAFA Games,” the BFA said in a statement.

The step is part of an expected shake-up in the national teams' technical departments. Mogomotsi 'Teenage' Mpote was previously in charge of the Under-23 side and reports are that he will be elevated to take the Zebras job on a full-time basis.

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