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Anger over gate fees

MASERU – Bantu are facing criticism for hiking the ticket price of Sunday’s much anticipated Econet Premier League clash against rivals Lioli. The normal price for league games is M20 but

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Coaches undergo Fifa course

MASERU – LESOTHO’s goalkeeper coaches are undergoing an intense FIFA credited course at the Lesotho Football Association’s (LEFA) Bambatha Tšita Sports Arena headquarters this week. The weeklong course is meant to

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Frustrating opener for Bantu

MASERU – Defending Econet Premier League champions Bantu endured a frustrating start to their title defence last Saturday thanks to a 1-1 draw with Sefotha-fotha and head coach James Madidilane is

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Good start for Matlama

MASERU – Matlama enjoyed a perfect start to the 2018/19 Econet Premier League season last weekend by thrashing Linare 4-0 while potential title rivals Bantu, Lioli and Lesotho Correctional Service (LCS)

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Lesotho Sky kicks off

ROMA – The 8th Edition of Lesotho Sky Race will get underway on Monday with the 2018 showpiece set to be unique from previous editions. This year the off-road mountain bike

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Likuena told to improve performance

MASERU – Lesotho coach Moses Maliehe says Likuena have to improve if they are to qualify for their first-ever international tournament. Maliehe was speaking in the wake of Lesotho’s 1-1 draw

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NBL season roars into life

MASERU  – When a new season begins, everyone is a champion – or so the saying goes. It is a time when all contenders start on equal footing, with similar odds

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Premier League referee laid to rest

MASERU – Veteran Lesotho Premier League referee Mohlolo Phomane was laid to rest in Ha Thetsane last Saturday in a sad farewell to the respected match official who was gunned down

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Lesotho maintains position in AFCON qualifiers

MASERU – Lesotho’s 1-1 2019 Africa Cup of Nations (AFCON) qualifying draw with Cape Verde on Sunday at Setsoto Stadium leaves Likuena where they were before the game kicked off –

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Shake-up at Lioli

MASERU – Econet Premier League giants Lioli have made their intentions clear for the 2018/19 season by unveiling 10 new players. The signings were introduced yesterday during a flamb5oyant ceremony at