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Thursday, July 20 2017 | NEW ERA SPORT 21 Mou ‘ready for 15 years’ at Old Trafford In search of knowledge… Course participants pictured with instructors at the opening of the NFA/FIFA administrators course at Eenhana. Eenhana hosts NFA admin instructors course Staff Reporter Eenhana The Namibia Football Association (NFA) administration instructors course, in conjunction with the Ohangwena Schools Project, kicked off on Monday this week at Eenhana with nine education attendees. Similar to the instructors course held a fortnight ago, the course also looks at improving sports development and infrastructure through training of sports coaches and physical education teachers, while it also focuses on matters such as administration and development programmes. The African Nations Cup finals are set to be expanded to 24 teams and moved to dates in June and July but will continue to be held every two years after recommendations on the tournament at a symposium in Morocco on Wednesday. The decision must still be ratified by the Confederation of African Football’s executive committee, but that could come as early as Thursday when they meet in Rabat. The recommendations were made after a workshop on the future of the tournament that included much of CAF’s leadership, and the decision is expected to be rubber-stamped. The timing of the Nations Cup finals has been contentious as it has been played in January, in the middle of the league season in Europe. The majority of Nations Cup players come from European clubs and increasingly found NFA executive member Roger Kambatutku addressed participants during the opening and expressed delight about the progress of local football administrators. He noted that as long as building capacity is concerned, this is not their first or last interaction in Ohangwena Region. Kambatuku further expressed his satisfaction with the feedback the NFA has received in terms of support and commitment, commending the assistance received from the office of the deputy director of education in Ohangwena. “The assistance has made a significant contribution and I just hope we would be accorded the same assistance from other CAF president Ahmad Ahmad themselves drawn into a club versus country tug-of-war. The increase in teams follows the expansion of the European Championship last year, which African observers said had been a success. “From a sporting perspective it will allow more opportunity for footballers across the continent. It will increase revenue for CAF and we can triple our income. It will also force more infrastructure development,” said Nigerian Football Federation president Amaju Pinnock, who is also a CAF executive committee member. But the tournament will not be cut to once every four years as in Europe because its revenue remains a cornerstone of CAF’s income. It also provides much-needed competitive matches in the qualifying competition for smaller African associations, whose limited finances mean they regions if we are to achieve great things in football and sports development in general.” The deputy director of education in Ohangwena Region, Pashila Ngulu, said they are delighted to be beneficiaries of such a programme. She urged participants to take the training seriously and make every minute count as they are not only representing the vast Ohangwena, but every colleague that was unable to attend. “You are here on official duty, whereas you were supposed to be at school, so ensure that you represent your schools and continue on to share what you have learnt here with other beneficiaries,” Ngulu said. Afcon expanded, timing changed rely heavily on state support. Such support across Africa is readily given for official competitions as opposed to friendly internationals. The symposium also recommended much stricter standards on stadia for the finals and said future hosts would have to prove they had the necessary infrastructure, particularly high quality pitches and hotels for teams. These are problems that have bedeviled previous Nations Cup finals. The proposal to increase the scale of the finals to 24 teams did raise some opposition at the symposium. “This will restrict to just a handful the number of African countries who are able to host future Nations Cup,” said former Cameroon goalkeeper Joseph-Antoine Bell, one of over 200 African football personalities at the symposium. - Supersport.com Manchester United manager Jose Mourinho has revealed he is targeting a 15-year stay at Old Trafford, telling ESPN in an interview on Tuesday that he wants to restore the stability of the Alex Ferguson era. Mourinho, who took over the Premier League giants last year, told the network’s website that he is desperate to deliver sustained success over a long-term period just as Ferguson did over nearly three decades. United have not won the Premier League title since Ferguson’s retirement in 2013, with the club struggling to rediscover its dominance under David Moyes and Louis van Gaal. Mourinho has never spent longer than three years as manager of a club during his trophy-laden career. But the 54-year-old, speaking as his team prepare to face Manchester City in Houston on Thursday in the latest leg of their US tour, insisted he saw United as a long-term project. “I am ready for this,” Mourinho told ESPN. “I am ready for the next 15, I would say. Here? Yes, why not? “I have to admit that it is very difficult because of the pressure around our jobs, everybody putting pressure on managers and things that people say – that we have to win, but in reality only one can win and every year it is getting more difficult. “This club, for so many years, was Sir Alex. People got used to it; people understood the great consequences of that stability. “After David [Moyes] and Mr [Louis] Van Gaal, I come to my second year and hopefully I can stay and give that stability that the club wants. I will try, but again, I will have to try to deserve that, but that’s what I try every day that I work.” Mourinho believes Ferguson’s 27-year reign at United will never be emulated in the modern game. “I think Sir Alex’s career is unique,” Mourinho said. “I don’t think it is possible to emulate. “Nobody is going to be in the same club for so many years, be in the same league for so many years. I think [Arsenal manager Arsene] Wenger will be the last with a similar story in terms of staying at a club for so many years. “But I, what I try to do in modern football nowadays is to try to deserve to stay in the club, because in this moment, it is about success. You have success, you stay in the club. You don’t have success, you don’t stay.” - Nampa/AFP

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