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Ramosweu writes

On behalf of the BISA Football Technical Committee, I would like to thank the coaches, officials, players and all the stakeholders involved in the just-ended national finals. Teacher coaches must be thanked for without them we wouldn’t have witnessed the quality displayed by our teams throughout the tournament.

We seem to be getting better every year in terms of play and organisation. Our gratitude goes to the Letshwiti led BFA for their continued support as we continue to use the facilities for free. Not many people know that we hijacked the BFA annual program to include the CAF C license course in March, and it bore fruits since 70 % of coaches who reached the national finals attended the same. Teacher coaches are encouraged to invest more in their own coaching education for their own growth and development.

The FIFA Time for Change project which just ended in Kasane, will be in Maun from Monday till Friday. Letters of attendance have already been sent the subzone coordinators with regards to this.

Finally, I still maintain that teachers remain the pin code if as a country we want to qualify for any major international showpiece like the Nations Cup. Let’s keep those injured in our prayers and where we erred as a committee we will improve next year.


BFA attains CAF C Diploma.

Botswana Football Association on Friday received news that 45 of the 57  coaches who enrolled in the CAF C Diploma coaching course have passed with flying colours.

The course that took place in 2019 had been under moderation. The achievement of the 45 coaches marks an important milestone in the Botswana Football Association strategic scorecard as this translates to the achieving the pillars of Coach education and importantly the strategic objective of people learning and growth is attained.

Being a signatory to the CAF convention on the coaching manuals the Football Association in 2019 conducted CAF B and A coaching course which CAF has to reassure through that it will send an assessment team meaning coaches who were involved in the courses will be able to complete the course in due course.

12 of the 57 coaches did not crack the pass mark, and will have to retake the course in order to attain their CAF C.

Botswana Football Association congratulates coaches on their achievement.

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