11 May 2014

Angola: National Refereeing With New Time

Luanda — The course for referees concluded on Saturday in Luanda marks the beginning of a new time for the sector at national and international level.

This was defended on Saturday by the sport vice-president of the Angolan Handball Federation (FAAND), Ilídio Cândido.

During the intervention at the end of the five-day training, run by Laurent Kuete (president of the Refereeing Committee of the Confederation of the African Handball),Ilídio Cândido said that there was a need of starting from the zero.

He said that investment in youths with average of 25 years also serve for them to have enough time to reach IHF (International Handball Federation), where the country only participates regularly with the national teams.

The official appealed to the young referees for them to transmit their knowledge to others so as to expand the horizons and increase the number of referees countrywide.

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