The 2020 FIFA Member Association (MA) Referees online course officially started on Monday at new FUFA complex in Mengo and it was graced by FUFA President Eng. Moses Magogo.
Unlike the previous years were this fitness and physical course has been held at the FUFA technical centre in Njeru for five days, this time round because of the Covid-19 Pandemic no instructor travelled in due to travel restrictions.
Zambian instructor Gladys Lengwe and physical instructor Mark Murwengo from Malawi tipped (via zoom) the referees with the latest about refereeing in the football world.
FUFA President Eng. Magogo urged referees to keep themselves in shape and fit no matter the current situation globally as well as being much comfortable using ICT.
But when one fails either the medical or physical test then change can be effected.
The opening day of the course was also graced by
football Development director Ali Mwebe, the referees chairman Ronnie Kalema
and referees manager Samuel Egesa.
The three days course will climax on Wednesday 30th
September at FUFA House in Mengo – Kampala.