COVID-19:A BLESSING IN DISGUISE FOR A BETTER BOTSWANA FOOTBALL RETURN

BY:Kabelo Seleka On April 2nd 2020,Botswana government took a bold decision to put the entire country on a nation wide lockdown in light of corona virus scare. As a result, it has been over a year now since the last kick of local football was recorded due to COVID-19 health protocol restrictions and football is Read More

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TOP 10 INCOSISTENT TEAMS IN BOTSWANA FOOTBALL HISTORY

By Katlego Mechidi There are many clubs in Botswana football history that played in the elite league for a long run but never became successful. Such teams include Tafic SC, Nico United to mention a few. Some of these clubs have never lifted any trophy whereas some just came to the premier league and got Read More

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CAF COMPETITIONS IMPERATIVENESS TO BOTSWANA FOOTBALL

In the wake of CAF Competitions over the weekend, we look at the importance of these club competitions, especially how they have an impact on our local football as to whether it has a positive effect, or the teams are just spending money with no benefits. Township Rollers once put the nation on the map Read More

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BOTSWANA FOOTBALL PLAYERS YET TO RECEIVE COVID-19 RELIEF FUNDS

The covid-19 Relief Fund set by Botswana government came as a response to the outbreak of the pandemic to crowdfund for industries hardly hit by corona including sports particularly professional athletes as pronounced by Minister Tumiso Rakgare.

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OPINION:BFA SHOULD INVEST IN WOMEN

The onform Botswana ladies football national team remarkable 3-2 victory over life long perennial dictators in South Africa Banyana Banyana has sent a strong message to Botswana football headquarters in Lekidi. Botswana Football Association(BFA) is now on the brink of being exposed as minimum supporters for the ladies following a progressive effort in Toyko 2020 Read More

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ARE BOTSWANA FOOTBALL FANS NOT VIGOROUS?

BY:Kabelo Seleka GABORONE:Love is blind,so is a typical Serie A fan accessing Christiano Ronaldo in an open play,and no,not in Botswana football. Following 2-1 walloping of the weeping boys of South African elite football Kaizer Chiefs by local league champions Township Rollers in an international pre-season friendly game at a newly built Jamali Stadium,the fanatics Read More

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