REFEREEING: Kampala region holds beginners’ course

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Course Programme

Started today (Tuesday) 26th-Sunday 31st August

Time: 8 O’clock every morning

Kampala Region Football Association has taken a giant step in developing new and young referees. The six day course at FUFA House Mengo that rolled off today has attracted 20 young and promising referees.

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DEMONSTRATION: Ali Tomusange (R) guides one of the participants during the beginners’ course that started today at FUFA House

The course is conducted by former FIFA assistant referee Ali Tomusange who officiated at the 2002 FIFA world cup in Japan/South Korea and CAF Referees Instructor Samuel Egesa who will be the chief examiner.

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Participants enjoying a photo moment

Referees beginners’ courses will also be held in the other seven FUFA regions-Kitara, Western, Northern, North East, West Nile, Buganda and Eastern.

‘We are looking for young and new faces to create a big pool of referees in the near future’ said Tomusange

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The freshly enrolled referees will go through the laws of the game with theory and practical sessions.

The course starts at 8 O’clock every morning and ends on Sunday.

MAIN PHOTO: Participants in the referees; beginners’ course: L-R: Abdul Hakim Juma, Bossa David, Kiwewa Emma, Kasala Joshua and Kavuma Vincent

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