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Chess trio return to top

NTHAKO MAJORO

MASERU -Top chess officials, Tšeliso Motloheloa, Lesaoana Mohale and Mokone Moshe who were suspended last year received a new breath of life a fortnight ago when they were reinstated. All three executives have retained their former positions, Motloheloa is still the association’s president, Mohale is the vice president while Moshe is the association’s secretary general like before.

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Furor as star midfielders shunned

NTHAKO MAJORO

MASERU -In spite of being one of Lesotho’s best attacking midfielders; Phafa Tšosane does, however, not often get the national coach’s nod. This is despite the fact that the majority of football fans in the country believe the evergreen Matlama player is always on top of his form.

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Likuena preps for Uganda clash in shambles

NTHAKO MAJORO

MASERU – Likuena have not organised any international friendly match ahead of their crucial 2019 Africa Cup of Nations (Afcon) qualifiers against Uganda next month. The national squad faces Uganda in two respective Afcon ties scheduled for October 10 away from home and on October 13 at home.

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LEFA unveils coaching courses for goalkeepers

Nthethe Maphaong

MASERU – Prominent Argentine football coach Alejandro Heredia is in the country to conduct a series of training courses for local goalkeepers’ coaches.

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Lebopo eyes top spot in high altitude race

NTHAKO MAJORO

MASERU -After finishing last Sunday’s Mandela Day Marathon in South Africa in second place, star marathoner Mabuthile Lebopo is hopeful to perform in a similar feat at this year’s edition of the Lesotho High Altitude Summer Marathon.

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Running shoes were Mathibelle’s Achilles heel

NTHAKO MAJORO

MASERU – When defending Soweto Marathon champion Tšepo Mathibelle threw in the towel 4km before the finish line in the last Sunday’s Mandela Day Marathon, scores of his fans were immensely let down as they had pinned their hopes on him.

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‘Awards could lure women soccer sponsors’

NTHAKO MAJORO

MASERU – President of the Women Football Committee, Puseletso Mokhosi, is confident women appreciation awards can entice sponsors to invest in local women’s football.