AFC Referee Course kicked off at ANFA Complex, Satdobato, Lalitpur from Monday.
The course will end on 23rd of May. 18 young referees (U-25) from Nepal, Sri Lanka, India, Bangladesh and Bhutan are participating in the course.
The participants are:
Prakash Shrestha, Bikram Choudhary, Gyan Bahadur Thapa, Krishna Kanhaiya, Prajwol Chhetri, Rojen Khadgi, Rajkumar Khadka, Roshan Gurung, Shakti Shrestha, Yash Raj Rai from Nepal, Hossan Ali & Mohammad Najmul from Bangladesh, Pema Gyaltsen and Pema Chewang from Bhutan, Wairamuthu Parasurwan and Venketesh Ramchandan from India, Kankai Mathumagala and Kese Shilva from Sri Lanka are participating in the course.
Referee Instructor Noburo Ishiama from Japan and Hussain Gadapheri from Kuwait are training the young referees.
ANFA VP, Lalit Krishna Shrestha urged referees to take this course seriously.
"I would like to congratulate all the young referees for this course", Shrestha said, "All the referees should take this course seriously to start a new career in the refeering field".
AFC Youth football festival project manager, John Whittle asked participants to learn more from the course and to make their own personalities rather than copying from other referees.
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