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Da Rosa Named Squad for November FIFA 2026 World Cup Qualifiers Matches

The Zebras head coach Didier Gomes Da Rosa has named his 31 – man squad for the upcoming 2026 FIFA World Cup qualifiers against Mozambique and Guinea for the crucial opening home games on November 16 and 21, 2023.

The team will move into their training camp on Wednesday (November 8, 2023) before travelling to Francistown on Monday (November 13, 2023) where the matche(s) will take place next week Thursday.


Goitseone Phoko (Jwaneng Galaxy)

Kabelo Dambe (Township Rollers)

Thabo Motswagole (Gaborone United)

Keeagile Kgosipula (Orapa United)


Thatayone Dilhokwe (Kaizer Chiefs)

Tebogo Kopelang (Security Systems)

Thato Kebue (Orapa United)

Mosha Gaolaolwe (Township Rollers)

Alford Velaphi (Gaborone United)

Benson Mangolo (Jwaneng Galaxy)

Mothusi Johnson (Gaborone United)

Motsholetsi Sikele (Township Rollers)


Lebolang Ditsele (Gaborone United)

Gape Mohutsiwa (Aso Chlef)

Godiraone Modingwane (Defense Force)

Gilbert Baruti (Jwaneng Galaxy)

Phenyo Serameng (Township Rollers)

Tawana Mbakile (Security System)

Koketso Majafi (Orapa United)

Brandon Wilson (Hanoi Fc)

Mothusi Cooper (Gaborone United)

Olebogeng Ramotse (Masitaoka Fc)


Tumisang Orebonye (USMA Alger)

Kabelo Seakanyeng (Khourigba Oc)

MOGAKOLODI NGELE (Township Rollers)

Thatayone Kgamanyane (Gaborone United)

Molaodi Tlhalefang (Gaborone United)

Segolame Boy (Township Rollers)

Thabang Sesinyi (Jwaneng Galaxy)

Thabo Maponda (Matebele Fc)

Oarabile Sekwai (Police XI)


Kgatleng Region Appreciate Safeguarding Workshop

Our recent safeguarding workshop in the Kgatleng region was a great opportunity to discuss significant steps towards safer and more inclusive football sport.
The association is very committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and vulnerable people this past weekend, the association had an opportunity to address the coaches and administrators of the Kgatleng region on the importance of prevention through education and awareness programs, Protection by implementing robust policies and procedures, Provision of support services for those affected, and Partnership by collaborating with relevant organizations and agencies to ensure a comprehensive approach to safeguarding.
Their dedication to the welfare of children and people who are exposed to the possibility of being attacked or harmed, either physically or emotionally was truly commendable.
Let’s keep spreading awareness and making a positive impact in our football and community!

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