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April 22, 2024
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OVER 10 PREMIER LEAGUE CLUBS FAIL CLUB LICENCING

Maseru, Aug. 15 — At least 11 Premier League clubs are reported to have not been able to comply with the regulatory frame work of Club Licensing which is a prerequisite to all the teams before being registered for the new soccer season starts.

This was revealed by Lesotho Football Association (LeFA) Competition’s Manager, Ms. Teboho Letseka during an interview with the Agency on Tuesday.

Ms. Letseka said despite the Association having held Elite League’s Consultative Workshop for the past 10 years, aimed at briefing the clubs’ presidents about the compliance with the Club Licensing, the level of compliance is still a challenge.

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