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Oct. 26, 2020

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Premier league committee takes new shape

Premier league committee takes new shape

PLMC new Chairman Ikarabele Sello

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VETERAN football administrator Ikarabele Sello on Friday lost his position as the chairman of the Premier League Management Committee (PLMC) to Mosa Seoli of Swallows FC during the executive elections held at the Bambatha Tšita Sports Arena.

The incoming Seoli won the contest by 10-6 votes to sit at the helm of the premier league body for the next two years.

Former Lesotho Football Association (LeFA) Public Relations Officer, Baba Malephane and Qamako Mahao, who has served different sports bodies in the past are also part of the new look premier league committee.

Malephane makes the return to football administration organ as the vice-chairman while Mahao is the new PLMC communication and marketing officer.  Malephane replaces Hlompho Maitin, who decided to withdraw during the elections after the two candidates were tied on eight votes over two rounds.

Mahao on the other hand defeated outgoing Communications and Marketing Officer Moeketsi Ramakatsa by 9-7 votes on the second round of voting.

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Premier league committee takes new shape

PLMC new Communication and Marketing Officer Qamako Mahao

Donny Ntakha of LDF FC is the only member of the outgoing committee that managed to keep his place in the new committee after defeating Matlama president-Paballo Makakole for the position of a member.

Advocate Mokhele Raphuthing and Advocate Hopolang Nathane were unopposed and completed the new look PLMC executive committee as the secretary and deputy secretary respectively.

They take over from Attorney Khotso Nthontho and Nji Bahaleroe Leleka, who both did not contest the Friday elections.

 

 

 

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