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5 Botswana Players DStv Premiership Teams Should Target

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The Botswana Premier League is proving to be a fertile ground for talent, and DStv Premiership teams should be paying attention. With several promising players making a mark, here are a few standouts.

Mothusi Johnson (Gaborone United): A multi-talented left fullback and set-piece specialist, Johnson’s leadership has earned him the captain’s armband for Gaborone United. The 26-year-old’s free-kick prowess and defensive solidity are reminiscent of a young Tsepo Masilela. If not for Benson Kitso Mangolo’s dominance, he’d be a shoo-in for the Zebras (Botswana national team) starting lineup.

Molaodi ‘Danger’ Tlhalefang (Gaborone United): A clinical striker, Tlhalefang’s 15-goal haul this season is a testament to his ability to find the net. A classic ‘fox in the box,’ his physicality and aerial prowess bring a different dimension to any attack. While his decision-making needs some refinement, the 26-year-old’s scoring form makes him a compelling option, especially as he challenges Tumisang Orebonye for a spot in the national team.

Goitseone Phoko (Jwaneng Galaxy): This daring shot-stopper made headlines during the 2022 COSAFA Cup with a memorable goal against Angola. Phoko’s outstanding reflexes and command of his box would bolster any PSL side. The 29-year-old also comes with CAF Champions League experience. 

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Daniel Msendami (Jwaneng Galaxy): A Zimbabwean international, Msendami brings international experience and a flair for dribbling to his right-wing role. His ability to beat defenders and score regularly makes him a valuable asset. The 23-year-old is a vital cog in Morena Ramoreboli’s side. 

Olebogeng Ramotse (Masitaoka): The national team star is a good box-to-box midfielder. This his third season in the top flight and he matures each game. The 26-year-old recently made his Zebras debut under Didier Gomes. He started ahead of the likes of Lebogang Ditsele and Mothusi Cooper.

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Direct flights between Gaborone and Johannesburg facilitate scouting and ease potential transfers. As the Botswana Premier League continues to develop, expect to see even more Batswana stars lighting up the PSL in the years to come. The culture in the neighbouring country is the same, making it easy to adapt. For Botswana players, South Africa is a preferred destination.

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