WINDHOEK – The Secretary-General of the Namibia Football Association (NFA) Barry Rukoro and former Namibia Premier League (NPL) chief executive officer, Mathew Haikali, will be attending a three-day seminar for Fifa regional instructors in Johannesburg, South Africa, starting tomorrow.
The pair is part of a group of thirty Fifa regional instructors from the African continent, who will be meeting in South Africa as part of a Fifa Development Office exercise to keep instructors up to date with the latest developments in the beautiful game.
The seminar will be used to get updates and share experiences from the regional instructors on their appointments, roles and involvement in the various football associations and the region.
The Fifa instructors will also do presentations on their roles and the various course modules offered at Fifa in administration and management.
The gathering will be an opportunity to update the instructors on new development at Fifa level and new information on new programmes for the national football associations.
Fifa regional instructor, Henry Tandau from Tanzania, will deliver a special presentation on the Olympic Masters Programme.