MASERU — Paul Mullen from the English Football Association left Lesotho on Tuesday after spending two weeks in the country.
Mullen, who is the FA’s head of governance projects, was in Lesotho as part of the UEFA/CAF Meridian Project started eight years ago.
The project provides smaller football associations with assistance from more established ones.
“The FA has a very good relationship with Lesotho,” Mullen told the Lesotho Times.
“I was instructed by the NEC (LEFA executive committee) to independently look at their administration, marketing and structures of the local leagues.”
Mullen presented his findings to LEFA on Monday evening.
The findings are yet to be made public.
At a farewell luncheon held at Bambatha on Tuesday, LEFA vice-president Thlolo Letete urged Lesotho football to take note of Mullen’s findings.
“We Basotho sometimes have a bad attitude towards our own. Hopefully because these findings come from someone from Europe we will listen,” he said.