Oct. 22, 2021


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Busy international schedule for LeFA referees

Busy international schedule for LeFA referees

Top Lesotho Referee, Souru Phatšoane

Story highlights

  • The tight on-going calendar began on Wednesday
  • Phatšoane to attend VAR Africa Cup of Nations prep course in Egypt

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SEVERAL Lesotho Football Association (LeFA) referees have a busy schedule that got underway on Wednesday officiating in the Confederation of African Football (CAF) Competitions across the continent.

LeFA Media Officer, Mikia Kalati said Selloane Mphuthing and Nteboheleng Setoko were in action on Wednesday, as match commissioner and Central referee respectively, for the Total Women's Africa Cup of Nations match between Mozambique and South Africa with the latter trouncing the hosts 7-0.

The duo also officiated the match between Zimbabwe and Eswatini in the same tournament.
Kalati said a few days later, Setoko will be the fourth official in the game featuring Namibia and Tanzania, working alongside Osias Koto as the central referee.
Furthermore, he said Puleng Mahomo will be the assistant referee in the second leg encounter between Eswatini and Zimbabwe.

He said the quartet of Retšelisitsoe Molise, Lesupi Puputla, Siza Dlangamandla and Lebalang Mokete left the country on Wednesday for the CAF Confederation Cup clash between Angola's Primiero de Agosto and Red Arrows of Zambia.

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Mohau Sentšo will be the match commissioner for the Confederations Cup tie between Orlando Pirates and Diables Noirs of South Africa and of Congo-Brazzaville, adding the matches will be played on Sunday.
Souru Phatsóane is expected to attend the CAF Video Assistant Referee (VAR) Africa Cup of Nations preparatory course in Egypt soon. LeNA

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