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First FIFA Online Referees course underway at NTTC

Jul 15, 2020, 12:24 PM

The first FIFA Online Referees Course for the Gambia is currently underway at the National Technical Training Centre (NTTC) in Yundum.

The five days course kicked off on Monday and is been attended by 33 GFF Elite A Referees twenty-eight male and five female referees selected from League Division One.

The participants will be introduced to the new amendments of the Laws of the Game, impacts of Covid-19 and its challenges.

The participants would further go into the analysis of different checks performed amongst tactical fouls and positioning and reading.

The Course Instructors are Alain Lim from Mauritius and Mademba Mbackeh from Senegal who are both in their respective countries giving out the lectures while Gambian Referee and Africa's best Bakary Papa Gassama who is on the ground is serving as local Instructor for the course.

The program is facilitated by Gambia Football Federation (GFF) Referee Manager Seedy Manneh

Source-GFF

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