Wednesday 2019-06-19




By Mthunzi Maziya | 2019-06-12

SOCCER – MINISTER of Sports, Culture and Youth Affairs Harries ‘Madze’ Bulunga has urged the graduates of the EFA’s sports medicine and administration courses to share their knowledge with as many people as possible.

EFA is the Eswatini Football Association.

The minister noted it would be to the betterment of the game if the graduates were to impact their knowledge to others. “It has pleased the ministry to learn that the graduates will now take the roles of instructors, and in turn pass on their knowledge to aspiring and already practicing administrators from all corners of Eswatini,” he said.

He added that the success of the graduates had greatly excited his ministry, and looked forward to seeing more and more qualified administrators being produced in the country.  “As someone who has spent half of my life in football, I know very well the serious need for upgrades in the areas of medicine and administration. While we have made serious headway in other aspects, including coaching and sponsorship retention, the two areas of medicine and administration have always been left behind,” he said.

He added that proper administration of any institution, including football institutions, lays the foundation for success at all levels.

“We congratulate and thank the EFA for all the efforts that have been made towards meeting the CAF Club licensing requirements, and encourage all clubs and affiliates to work together with the football mother body as we continue to take small, yet significant steps towards professionalising football in the country,” he said.

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