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Ramothwa open two FIFA courses

Yesterday, The Botswana Football Association Vice President Segolame Ramothwa officially opened two FIFA member association courses, one being the Young Referees and the second being the FIFA grassroots coaching course.

The Vice President of the Football Association has highlighted that it is important for the Association to facilitate skills development in order to see the ambitious BFA development plan take course. Mr Ramothwa asked the participants to remain true to serving football to ensure we produce the best football officials to expand Botswana’s Football growth.

The Vice President has highlighted to the Young Referees course participants that they are key stakeholders and players in a game, he asked them to be honest hard working individuals and they will see their growth as in refereeing the is a great need, to be honest and loyal to the spirit of fair play.

The courses will run from 26th November to 30th November 2018 and will be facilitated by FIFA instructed Gaontebale Malete for referees and Mr Ulric Mathiot for the coaches.


CEO Status press conference

This is communique serves to invite members of the media to The CEO press brief on Wednesday 20th February 2019 at Lekidi Auditorium. The press conference will start at O930hrs.

The press conference will be addressed by the Botswana Football Association Chief Executive Officer Mfolo Mfolo lo update the media on the health bill of the Football Associafion, the CEO will also present Dr Carolin Braun to the media

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