Referees
Friday August 22, 2014

Kuala Lumpur: Three women who became the first women referees to take part in an AFC Referee Development Group Course in the Malaysian capital to become continental referees are giving their best to pass the programme.

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Kuala Lumpur: Young AFC-groomed referees are happy for being given a second stepping stone to take their refereeing career higher by taking part in an ongoing course in the Malaysian capital to become continental referees.

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Kuala Lumpur: Two futsal referees from the UAE and China became the first people to undergo evaluation under the rigorous AFC  Development Group Futsal Referee programme in order to be appointed as continental futsal referees.

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Kuala Lumpur: Twenty-five football referees including three women from AFC Member Associations began their exciting and tough journey to become AFC Referees on Wednesday.

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Nanjing: FIFA Head of Women’s Referees Development Sonia Denoncourt believes Asian women’s referees have potential to go further and has called for more opportunities to help provide a base for their development.

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Kuala Lumpur: The AFC Project Future Referee Batch 2011 successfully graduated today after a rigorous development course of two years. 

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Kuala Lumpur: AFC Women assistant referees Ho Sarah May Yee and Flynn Allyson Clare from Australia have made history as first women to officiate in a men’s competition of AFC.

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Shah Alam: The AFC Project Future Referees Batch 2011 Final Development Course begun on Thursday with nine participants from as many member associations attending the course.

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