“Let’s go and make the change out there. Saves people’s lives and make a mark”, Motsa said. He spoke on behalf of the participants during the closing ceremony of the FIFA Football Medicine Course at the Technical Centre. He appreciated the commitment of his colleagues and gave them a challenge that it’s not about the theory and about the class but they have to make a mark and save people’s lives.
Motsa further extends his gratitude to EFA for the perfectly implemented course. “Indeed we are honoured and privileged to be part of the history making within the country, in terms of having a first of its kind with such a course being implemented”, he said. He also highlighted that they have realised how much change they needed within their scope of practice. “We are so proud of the leadership that we have as subject of the EFA. Indeed they are people oriented, making sure that they meet certain objectives and obligations”, he added.