Botswana Premier League & Kaizer Chiefs
The Botswana Premier League is the highest division in football in Botswana. The league has existed since 1966. The championship initially called MLO Cup. Kaizer Chiefs is a South African football (soccer) club based in Johannesburg that plays in the Premier Soccer League. /5
Botswana Premier League Kaizer Chiefs Centre Chiefs Mochudi Centre Chiefs Lehlohonolo Majoro Platinum Stars Ndumiso Mabena Thabo Matlaba South Africa Champions League Stuart Baxter Mandla Masango Josta Dladla Bidvest Wits Telkom Knockout George Lebese Premier League
PSL TRANSFER RUMOURS! -Mame Niang(Supersport United) is considered as Collins Mbesuma's replacement. -Kaizer Chiefs are looking to lure Thabo Matlaba to Naturena as a way of given Masilela competition for the place. -Platinum Stars are set to bring in a second striker in Ndumiso Mabena,after signing Botswana Premier League top goal scorer Patrick Kaunda from FC Satmos -TSR
Lehlohonolo Majoro says he and George Lebese have a great understanding at Kaizer Chiefs. ‘Major’ bagged a brace as Amakhosi beat Botswana Premier League side Mochudi Centre Chiefs in a friendly in Botswana last weekend. Before that Majoro got his first of the season, in a League match against Bidvest Wits. Amakhosi next face Platinum Stars in the Telkom Knockout semi-final on Saturday, and Majoro says Dikwena are no longer a “small team”. Would u lyk 2 c dc pair startng the game?
Stand-in captain Josta Dladla says the drama in Botswana gave Kaizer Chiefs a taste of what the CAF Champions League will be like. Chiefs will represent South Africa in next season’s Champions League, after winning the Premiership last season. Amakhosi travelled to Gaborone to play reigning Botswana League champions Mochudi Centre Chiefs on Saturday. South Africa’s Chiefs won the match 3-0, with Lehlohonolo Majoro bagging a brace after Mandla Masango opened the scoring. However, the clash was marked by minor drama, after the Centre Chiefs players refused to come back on the field after half-time. The players were demanding appearance fees from the organisers. This after local log leaders Defence Force XI took the Botswana Premier League to court on Friday, after their match against Centre Chiefs was postponed in to make way for the Kaizer Chiefs game. Kaizer Chiefs’ coach Stuart Baxter was then involved in an altercation with a Botswana journalist during the second half. But Dladla says he is please ...
NOW ON: The case between Botswana Premier League (BPL) and BDF XI over the postponement of their league match againt Centre Chiefs. The case is on at Lobatse High Court. Their match was postponed to Tuesday to allow Kaizer Chiefs friendly on Saturday.
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