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BFA kick-start The Project Time 4 Change

Botswana Football Association on Monday kick-started the Project Time 4 change in the Gantsi Region.

The project is aimed at up-skilling the regional leadership with the modern day demands of running football in a cooperate set up as well as ensuring regional structures and the mother body sing from the same page.

The 5-day workshop will be facilitated by FIFA instructors and consultants Ashford Mamelodi who will be taking participants through the teachings of a new face for local football.

Tomorrow, the participants and the gendered public will gather to discuss challenges, opportunities and needs of regional football as well as local football as a whole. This program will go around all 17 football region’s with some participants to be chosen and trained to be future instructors of the program to ensure its benefits are beyond this first edition

 

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Mpatane ignites massive interest on the International scene

Botswana Football Association wishes to congratulate Communications officers Mr Tumo Mpatane on his appointment as the Media Officer for the 2019 COSAFA Under-20 final match between host Zambia and Defending champion South Africa.

Mpatane has been in Zambia for the duration of the tournament and has created enthusiasm amongst his peers with his outstanding overhaul PR acumen.

His performances has not gone unnoticed and executive management was quick to encumber Tumo with the huge responsibilities as the media officer for both Semifinals and Finals representing Cosafa and the BFA at the highest levels possible.

The responsibilities bestowed on Tumo is indicative of not only his personal acumen and ability but also highlights the contribution that the BFA has contributed to enriching and enhancing football administration in Botswana.

Congratulations Pro and Goodluck.

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