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Matete says he missed the game

MASERU-Newly-appointed Lesotho Mounted Police Service (LMPS) head coach Seephephe Matete says he missed football and being on the touchline coaching.Matete took a two-year hiatus from coaching and had been working

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Leadership Programme for women

MASERU-The Lesotho Sport and Recreation Commission (LSRC) Women in Sport Committee is set to launch a Women Leadership Programme on Saturday at the Lesotho National Olympic Committee (LNOC). The programme

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‘National vision for Lesotho’

MASERU-It has been six months since football was suspended in Lesotho due to the Covid-19 pandemic that has crippled the entire world and brought it to a standstill. In that

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Moloi to join Linare

MASERU-Econet Premier League outfit Linare are set to unveil their new head coach tomorrow.The club’s spokesperson, Lebese Molati, confirmed the new coach has already signed a four-year deal with the

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Women’s boss wants football return

MASERU-The new president of the Lesotho Women’s Football Executive Committee, Baholo Motene, is pleading with government to allow the return of football. Motene was elected in July and she says

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Ministry plots next move on Games

MASERU-Minister of Sports, Likeleli Tampane, and her ministry are in advanced talks to decide the future of the 2022 African Youth Games which are slated for Maseru. Lesotho was awarded

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CCX dreams big

MASERU-Newly-promoted Econet Premier League outfit, CCX, have big ambitions for their top-flight debut.The Leribe side were promoted in April and will be making their first ever appearance in the premiership.

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Matete joins LMPS

MASERU-Former Likuena boss Seephephe Matete was yesterday confirmed as the new coach of Lesotho Mounted Police Service (LMPS).The club said Matete had signed a two-year contract. LMPS management had been

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No full payments for some clubs

MASERU-The Lesotho Football Association (LEFA) has confirmed that clubs which did not play their full allotment of first round fixtures will not receive the full Covid-19 Relief Fund share they

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Thotanyana vows to fight

MASERU-Newly-elected Lioli president Lebohang Thotanyana says he is not taking lightly allegations made by former club president Hlajoane Lesaoana in court papers last week. Thotanyana was re-elected as Lioli president