Praia, Aug 31 (Inforpress) – The president of the Cabo Verdean Football Federation (FCF) considered Monday that it is essential to resume the practice of sports activities in the country, so that the training courses held during the pandemic can have repercussions with the trainees.
Mário Semedo expressed this concern during the closing ceremony of the elite referees course, in which a total of 30 referees attended, representing all sports regions, in a period marked by difficulties in links between the islands and supported by FIFA. The leader hopes the COVID-19 pandemic will give space, in the near future, for the opening of competitions.
Mário Semedo considered it to be decisive to the National Arbitration Council adpote a new strategy including the holding of identical decentralized courses, such as taking advantage of the proximity of the islands, to make less expensive and more practical these trainings, as well as for a better use of national instructors.
Language training was another concern of Mário Semedo, for whom today it is essential to improve foreign languages, especially English or French (working language of FIFA and CAF) for referees and instructors who aspire to international careers to be at the center of great decisions.