Cash-strapped BFA to stick with Mpote


The Botswana Football Association (BFA) will offer Orapa United Coach Mogomotsi Mpote a three-year contract, Mmegi Sport has learnt.

Mpote has been given the role to handle the national team on an interim basis but was reportedly keen on getting the job permanently. This week sources said talks between Mpote and the BFA in relation to a full-time contract are gathering pace. Insiders say Mpote is expected to assume his role as a full-time Zebras coach at the end of the current league season.

A report from the BFA vice president (technical) Masego Nchingane is said to have recommended that Mpote be given the job on a full-time basis. “The association does not have the budget to hire a foreign coach.

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