Key Points from the XVIITH LeFA Ordinary Congress

LeFA NEC to discuss grant packages for the Premier League Management Committee and clubs.

Fencing of the DIFA Thaba Tseka site, which will be developed into a technical center, has started.

Fencing at Berea to follow.

DIFA Qacha’s Nek and DIFA Quthing have also acquired sites, which will be fenced and developed.

LeFA President stated that their relationship with the Ministry of Sport was at its lowest point in history as they meddled in football affairs.

Advocate Phafane is confident that with the new leadership at the Ministry, LeFA will enjoy their home again.

Lack of support from the Government in the past hampered progress of the game.

LeFA hopes the incoming Government mainly the Ministry of Education will support grassroots and youth programmes at schools.

LeFA President urged incoming leadership to make the issue of Setsoto Stadium the number one priority as the association has spent millions hosting home games outside the country, which takes business away from Basotho.

LeFA and government can get Setsoto Stadium back in good condition to meet CAF’s requirements.

New Bambatha and Mohale’s Hoek technical centers have been officially opened and the football fraternity has been invited to submit proposals for naming the newly built facilities.

Project Assistance to Districts Football Associations (DIFAs) to be increased from M74000 to M1million.

By: Lesotho Football Association

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