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Nkutlusang Names A Youthful team

The Botswana women’s national team coach Gaoletlhoo ‘Ronaldoh’ Nkutlusang has named her squad of 20 players for the 2018 COSAFA Women’s Championship to be held in South Africa 12_22 September 2018.

The squad is a relatively youthful one the coach has revealed that she wants to compete at this year’s tournament as she seeks to ensure Botswana defy the odds in a group South Africa will be expected to be the tea to beat.

Here is the squad;

GKRefiloe Mimi Tshambani (Prisons XI)
GKSedilame Bosija (Bloomfontein)
DKgomotso Onica  Molefe (Double Action)
DTlamelo Sebaetseng Motlhale (Double Action)
DKesegofetse  Mochawe (Township Rollers)
DVeronicah  Mogotsi (Double Action)
DPatricia Motingwa (Double Action)
DMasego  Montsho (Double Action)
DNancy Baeletsi (Prisons XI)
DBonang Otlhagile (Double Action)
MLebogang  Setereke (Double Action)
MBalotlhanyi  Johannes (TownShip Rollers)
MLesego  Keleboge (Prisons XI)
MGolebaone Selebatso (Double Action)
MThuso Leseane (Double Action)
FRefilwe Tebogo  Tholakele (TownShip Rollers)
FMasego  Nfandiso (Sharps Shooting Stars)
FMokgabo Onneile Thanda (Francistown United)
FNondi Fingi Mahlasela (Prisons XI)
FLesego Duduetsang Radiakanyo (Double Action)

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Registration of a company-Botswana Football League

Following various resolutions by the Botswana Football Association [BFA] -National Executive Committee to grant the elite league autonomy the move has since begun.

The Botswana Premier League also has always advocated for their autonomy and this comes at a time when the move for a commercial wing of the elite league is a must do.

Different football General Assemblies have also reiterated the need for the Botswana premier League to be independent from BFA.

The journey to make that a reality has begun with the help of different stakeholders. The FIFA professional department has been holding the BFA’s hand to achieve the desired goals.

BFA has since appointed a Transformation and Sponsorship Committee to implement the transformation of the elite league.

We are happy to announce that Botswana Football League (Pty) Ltd is registered with CIPA.

The company [Botswana Football league – BFL] will have all 16 premier league clubs as shareholders, and it will be a stand-alone company which will run their errands independently from the BFA. The BFL will only be a special member of the federation [BFA] as per FIFA standards and guidance.

The company will re-brand the elite league and make it a more viable property to entice partnerships that will see value in their investment by associating with this business entity.

A new dawn begins. The days of the premier league running as a society are over. These are exciting times and it can only be hoped that all stakeholders will be happy for this new beginning.

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