Kuala Lumpur: Asian Football Confederation General Secretary Dato’ Alex Soosay has reiterated the football body’s commitment to supporting the development of referees.
Kuala Lumpur: The fourth edition of the AFC Development Group Referees Courses for football and futsal has got underway in Kuala Lumpur, with a combined total of 33 individuals taking part in what is the final evaluation process before a participant can be listed as an AFC referee.
Kuala Lumpur: Nine participants of AFC Project Future Referees Batch 2012 graduated from the two-year programme in a ceremony at AFC House on Monday.
Kuala Lumpur: Batch 2012 of the AFC Project Future Referees programme started their Final Development Course in the Malaysian capital city on Thursday, their last training activity before graduating from the two-year programme on September 22.
Colombo: Referee fitness instructors have been advised to be creative in their training programmes in order to cater to the different needs and levels of the referees.
Colombo: Football Federation of Sri Lanka General Secretary Upali Hewage has expressed his confidence that those who attended a recently concluded FIFA Futuro III course will put into practice what they learned during their stay in the Sri Lankan capital.
Dubai: UAE Football Association Vice President Obaid Salem Al Shamsi has said instructors have a big role to play in further improving Asian referees' performances both throughout the continent and the rest of the world.