FIFA admin and management course moved to November

20 Jun 2014 14:10pm
WINDHOEK, 20 JUN (NAMPA) - The Federation of International Football Associations (FIFA) administration and management course which was scheduled for June, has been moved to November 2014.
The course is conducted annually, and is used to introduce various modules and new trends of club football management, and will amongst others focus on the principle of management, marketing, financial, communication, events’ management and competition.
A statement issued by the Namibia Football Association (NFA) on Friday said the course will now take place from 23 to 27 November due to the ongoing World Cup in Brazil.
“This course will be by invitation only, and its targeting the newly promoted teams to the Namibia Premier league (NPL), as well as the teams that will be competing in the Southern Stream First Division (SSFD), Northern West Football Stream (NWFD) and North East Football Division (NEFD),” read the statement.
The teams promoted to the NPL are North-East Football Division winners Rundu-based Julinho Sporting, Windhoek-based Southern Stream First Division champions Citizens FC and North-West Football Division victors Touch & Go from Otavi. These teams won their respective leagues during the 2013/14 season
This weekend, three more lower-division clubs plus 11th- placed Rundu Chiefs will have a chance to gain promotion to the NPL when they play promotional/relegation play-offs at the Oscar Norich Stadium in Tsumeb on Saturday and Sunday.
The teams are Mighty Gunners from Otjiwarongo, Rebels from Windhoek and Benfica from Tsumeb.
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