(ANSA) – ROME, APRIL 19 – “Give new impulses to our teaching and greater skills to all professional figures in the football field”. It is one of the main objectives, as explained by the president of the Technical Sector of the FIGC, Demetrio Albertini, of the new course inaugurated this morning in Coverciano for ‘Manager responsible for referees’: until next May 3 the students will follow a dedicated 56-hour program. specifically to train a professional figure that is increasingly establishing itself within professional clubs.
In addition to the classrooms of the federal technical center, the setting of this new course will also be the Var Center in Lissone, where the students will go for two days, next week, to see for themselves – thanks to a ‘guide’ d ‘ exception, the designator of Serie A and Serie B, Gianluca Rocchi – the operational headquarters that underlies the directions of the race in the two top Italian championships. Albertini himself spoke this morning to welcome the students via video link: “The key word for the Technical Sector is ‘contamination’: this is why we want to open up to new realities and this course is part of this direction, trying to give new impulses to our teaching and greater skills to all professional figures in the football field “.
The inauguration of the course was accompanied by the institutional greeting of the president of The Hague, Alfredo Trentalange.
The Italian Referees Association is the other reality that, together with the Federal Technical Sector, has strenuously wanted this educational path: “I believe that this course – underlined Trentalange in video link – represents an epochal moment and that it meets our need for improve ourselves in programming. We grow through teaching and comparison: the important thing is to speak the same language “. Among the teachers of these first three days of explanations in the classrooms of the center of Coverciano, also Trentalange himself, the vice president of The Hague, Duccio Baglioni, and the head of the AIA Technical Sector, Matteo Trefoloni. (HANDLE).