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M.A FIFA Elite Referees course continues with physical drills

The FIFA Member Association (M.A) Referees and Assessors’ Elite course has continued with the physical drills in Jinja.

The course is set to run for six successive days between Sunday, 13th up to 18th March 2016.


Samuel Egesa, the FUFA Referees Manager says the course started on Sunday with medical tests.

On Monday morning at 7am, physical fitness tests and sprints rolled off.


FUFA Referees Manager Samuel Egesa, Ronnie Kalema-Head of FUFA Referees Assessment Committee and National Referees Fitness Instructor Ali Kalyango are the FUFA officials that supervised the exercise with a keen eye from three FIFA referees instructors; Carlos Henriques (Regional Development Officer from Gaborone), Felix Tangawarina (Technical Instructor from Zimbabwe) and Mark Mzengo (Fitness Instructor from Malawi).

Referees in a work out
FUFA Referees Chairman, Chris Kalibala addresses the media in Jinja

Full Programme:

Saturday 12th March, 2016: Arrival of participants and FIFA Instructors
Sunday 13th March, 2016: Medicals at 11am

Monday 14th March,2016 : Physical fitness for Referees 7am

Tuesday 15th March,2016: Classes/Practical sessions/Tests

Wednesday 16th March,2016: Classes/Practical sessions/Tests

Thursday 17th March,2016: Classes/Practical sessions/Tests

Friday18th March,2016 : Classes/Practical Sessions/Tests, Closing Ceremony is at 2pm.
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