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Football has the potential to become a big economic player

Tsabong Sub-District Deputy Council Secretary Mr Lentswe Lesenyegile has urged Tsabong region leadership to work together to allow footballers from Tsabong to realise their dream of one day playing in the Premiership.

He asked participants of the Project Time for Change to ensure they use the lessons of the workshop to improve the administrative framework of the Regional Football Association.

“Football has the potential to become a big economic player but efforts from the BFA head office will not be enough alone. Regional structures need to contribute to help move the game forward, ”  said Lesenyegile.

The workshop in Tsabong will come to an end on Friday 21st June 2019.

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BFA statement Against Violence in Football

The Botswana Football Associations strongly condemns Violence in Football. The BFA has noted with disappointment the scenes witnessed at the National Stadium on Sunday 1st March 2020.

Anyone responsible for these disturbances cannot be seen as a true Football supporter and they are not welcome in football. They are an embarrassment to the game and the thousands of well-behaved fans who follow the local league in the right way.

BFA is investigating the matter and will be liaising with the Prosecutors office to ensure action is taken accordingly.

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