Angola: Football Federation Chairman Calls Referees to Be Responsible

Luanda — The chairman of the Angolan Football Federation (FAF), Pedro Neto, Tuesday in Luanda spoke of the need for the newly trained 61 referees and 14 commissioners to act with responsibility to elevate the name of the country in international competitions.

Speaking at the closing of the training, sponsored by the Provincial Association of Football (APFL), Pedro Neto highlighted the importanace of the referees.

He also spoke of the need for seriousness and full integration in the football ground in order to avoid grave mistakes.

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