Mon, 10 Feb 2014 12:16 - Updated Mon, 10 Feb 2014 12:16
Namibe football teams need to be more organised
Namibe - The governor of Namibe province, Rui Falcão, told Angop on Sunday in that city the need for local football teams to be organised, particularly in terms of administration and financial management.
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Governador do Namibe, Rui Falcão, aconselha maior organização administrativa e gestão financeira aos clubes
Photo: Evaristo Joaquim
Speaking about the projects of football development in the province, the governor said that it is not enough to want to compete in the national first division championship (Girabola) without a good organisation.
To him, there is nothing consolidated which allows the province to remain in the first division championship, due to various difficulties, including management incapacity.
The football club of Atlético do Namibe was relegated to the second division championship in 2013.
The Independente do Tômbwa had already competed in the national first division championship.
The province is not going to be represented by any team in 2014 football season.
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