LAHORE Quetta will host the PFF Talent Acceleration Referees Course from July 7-11 2010, it was reliably learnt here Wednesday. The Balochistan Football Association (BFA), with the collaboration of Pakistan Football Federation (PFF), will organise the six-day course during which 24 participants from various districts of Balochistan and top Quetta-based organisational teams will turn up for the course. On the directives of PFF President Makhdoom Syed Faisal Saleh Hayat, PFF Operation Wing used to conduct such courses. It will be third of the five such courses in year 2010. Lahore was the first one from February 5-10, followed by Islamabad (March 9-14). Peshawar (November 9-14) and Karachi (December 21-26) being the other, during which prominent PFF/AFC Referees instructors will give lectures to Under-24 Referees. The PFF Talent Referees Acceleration Program will equip referees with the knowledge and skills to take charge of the coming matches in PPFL, PFF League and Age-Croup competitions. Most of the referees are new to the discipline and are therefore in need of the course to give them a solid platform for development, said PFF Secretary General Lt.Col (r) Ahmed Yar Khan Lodhi. According to BFA President Jan Muhammad Marri, aiming to improve the abilities and techniques of referees, the PFF decided to conduct the course. All the arrangements are being completed to host the course in befitting manner comprising 18 participants from Balochistan and two each from three organizations. During the course, referees will learn both practical and theoretical aspects of refereeing. The best referees may be asked to further develop their skills in the AFC Talent Acceleration Referees Course.