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Butler gets Amarok

SHARE   |   Sunday, 13 July 2014   |   By Othusitse Tlhobogang
Butler gets Amarok

After a nearly tragic accident that befell the senior national soccer team coach Peter Butler recently when he got hit by a car leaving his bicycle thrashed, the coach has finally got a car – a P500 000 Volkwagen Amarok from Barloworld Motors. Butler, who has been in the country since March, has not had an official vehicle until this week. The BFA has entered into an agreement with Barloworld to provide transport for the coach. Barloworld Motor Principal Dealer Clement Motswagothata said “we have always wanted to help the local football and after reports from the media that the coach does not have a car we seized the opportunity to help”. He believes that with the off road Amarok car the coach will be able to reach almost all areas in the country during his quest to unearth talent locally. Motswagothata see this transaction as a way of Barloworld to give back to the community. BFA president Tebogo Sebego thanked Barloworld of giving the coach the Amaroko. Sebego said the coach needs to be transported in a better quality car that someone of his calibre desires.