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Thirty elite female referees undergo training in Prampram

Ghana’s elite female Referees and Assistant Referees have begun a four- day Physical and Technical Instructors course at the Ghanaman Technical Centre at Prampram.

The training course is aimed at preparing the female Referees for the new season which gets underway on Friday, October 29, 2021. Gladys Lengwe, an International football referee from Zambia (Technical) and Jean-Baptist Bultynck, a retired FIFA referee from Belgium (Fiteness/Physical) are the course Instructors.

The training programme which started on Tuesday, October 5, will round up on Saturday, October 9, 2021.

In all, thirty elite female have been undergoing some practical and theoretical sessions at the GFA Technical Centre at Prampram.

The course is under the supervision of Elite FIFA/FIFA Referees Instructor Lim Kee Chong, GFA Referees Manager Alex Kotey, and the Referees Committee chaired by Christine Zigah.

Our photographer Felix Anyane brought us back these pictures. 

Credit:  Ghana FA 

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