´╗┐Administration, Marketing Course Fruits Evident

| April 2, 2015

The administration and marketing course held for the Central South Regional Football Association (CSRFA) in Mahalapye last year is starting to pay dividends.

Club chairpersons, referees and coaches were trained. CSRFA public relations officer, Mogonono Maseba, said the training had imparted knowledge of how to run teams properly on affiliates, adding that the region had seen behavioural change from club chairpersons and managers in issues of administration.

“Before the course, one person used to hold positions of chairperson, manager, treasurer and coach but there is teamwork now and teams are no longer a one man show,” Maseba said. Maseba added that some of the teams had even managed to acquire sponsorship in the aftermath of the course.

He cited Mahalapye United which received P11, 195 worth of sporting merchandise from Window Deco Fabric and Design, and Tshikinyega Tigers FC, which got sponsorship in the form of venue and food for their workshop from Country Side restaurant.

One of the resolutions adopted at the end of the course was to start women and youth leagues, and Maseba explained that they are on track towards establishment of the two leagues.

He said the region was waiting for the current season to end before it could start the two leagues. He said four women’s teams and one youth team have been formed so far.

To ensure the smooth running of the leagues Maseba said the region recently invited Botswana Football Association (BFA) vice-president technical, Stephen Phetlhe to aise on how to run multiple leagues under one region.

Source : BOPA

Source : Botswana Daily News

Category: Sports

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