Football Kenya Federation referee’s physical endurance test enters day two, at Kericho Green Stadium.
According to Joseph Andere, chairman, National Referees Committee, the first quarterly training of referees is meant to equip them for the second quarter of the league.
Andere said about 300 referees from KPL, NSL and Division 1 are also being trained for possible promotion to the next level, and match commissioners will also receive their training for two days, where they will be taken through the class.
FKF deputy president Doris Petra said there is need for government to ensure that the country have enough stadiums for sports activities.
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She said Kenya is doing badly when compared to other countries in terms of stadiums.
Petra said the county governments should also construct good standard stadiums in the localities which will improve sports activities from the grass root level.
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