RMFF Calls on National Leagues to Assume Responsibility for Refereeing and Disciplinary Matters

Mouad Boudina
Mouad Boudina
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The Executive Committee of the Royal Moroccan Football Federation (RMFF), which met on Monday at the Mohammed VI Football Complex in Salé, emphasized that the National Leagues are called upon to assume their responsibilities with regard to refereeing and disciplinary matters.

“Due to the diverse nature of the missions and fields of action of the RMFF (African competitions and training sessions), the National Leagues are called upon to assume their responsibilities,” said RMFF President Fouzi Lekjaa.

In this regard, it was agreed to form a Technical Refereeing Commission, which will replace the Central Refereeing Commission (CCA), bringing together representatives from all the National Leagues, as well as put an end to the missions of the National Refereeing Directorate (DNA), according to a statement from the RMFF.

Furthermore, the statement adds that each National League will rule on its own disciplinary cases through competent jurisdictional commissions.

According to the same source, the RMFF’s competencies will now focus on infrastructure, football training and development, national selections, and international relations.

Mouad Boudina

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