At least 31 referees will on Friday complete the five day Federation of International Football Association (FIFA) Member Association Elite Refereeing course at FUFA Technical Centre in Njeru-Jinja.
The course started on Monday 23rd and will climax on Friday, 27th March at FUFA Technical Centre Njeru with Fufa President Eng. Moses Magogo expected to preside over at the closing ceremony.
The five day residential course kick-started on Monday with referees Assessors attending class before being released one day later.
Thereafter, the referees joined on Tuesday to resume their schedule.
FUFA refereeing department says they’re thrilled with the effort FUFA and FIFA are putting in to maintain high standard of refereeing in Uganda.
We thank FUFA and FIFA for having organized this course for us because it helps us to refresh on the updated Laws of the game
Course coordinator Samuel .W. Egesa said
From here we want to go and put this acquired knowledge in use
The course has been conducted by FIFA instructors namely Carlos Henriques [Botswana], Joseph Wellington Lamptey [Ghana] and Mark Ephraim Mzengo [Malawi] and a number of different course units like physical fitness, Interpretation of Laws of the game have been handled.
The list of referees who are attending the course at Fufa Technical Centre
Denis Batte, Sali Mashood, Miiro Brian Nsubuga, Bakasambe Rajab Kalyankolo, Sabila Chelengat Ali, Hussein Bugembe, Ronald Kutenya, Okello Lee, Mark Sonko, Samuel Kayondo, Musa Ngobi Balikowa, Ssemambo Aisha Nabikko, Anna Akoyi, Catherine Nagadya Cynthia, Nkumbi Nakito Marex, Jane Mutonyi, Nantabo Lydia Wanyama, Isa Masembe, Emmy Kakoza, Doneey Robert, Samuel kakembo, David Odoi, Solomon Lusambya, Waswa Sadiq Zziwa, Muhabi Alex, Ronald Mwesigwa, Joseph Ochwom, Ali Bakisula, Samuel Turyomuriwe, Moses Kamba, Habiba Naigaga