Motsepe resignation disrupts BFL's succession plan

Administrators: Motsepe (left) with Mbatha PIC: KENNEDY RAMOKONE
Administrators: Motsepe (left) with Mbatha PIC: KENNEDY RAMOKONE

The resignation of Patrick Motsepe, the Botswana Football League (BFL) operations manager, is likely to disrupt a succession plan for the position of CEO, where he was tipped to take over.

Motsepe's sudden resignation on Wednesday surprised the football fraternity. He confirmed his departure in an interview with MmegiSport.

"I cannot share details surrounding my resignation with the media; what I can only confirm is that I have left the BFL," he said. Speculation is rife that Motsepe's decision to quit might not be voluntary. Insiders suggest he was pushed out. Reports indicate that he felt his integrity was being compromised and the overall working environment at the BFL was no longer conducive.

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