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BFA face possible fine from FIFA

Botswana Football Association (BFA) could face the wrath of football's governing body FIFA, over the cancellation of the U17 girls’ second leg World Cup Qualifiers in Morocco.

The girls were supposed to leave on Tuesday morning aboard a bus and connect at OR Tambo in Johannesburg, on their way to Rabat-Morocco.

The football association called off the trip following an instruction from the Ministry of Youth Empowerment Sport and Culture Development.

According to a communique from the Botswana National Sports Commission (BNSC) released on Wednesday, ...

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