By Brian Much
The creation of the Ligue Nationale de Football Feminin (LNFF) is a great move to the professionalisation of female soccer in Morocco.
The league has instructed clubs to come up with under 15 and 17 teams, to build a consistent and promising female selection.
In the same spirit, the minimum salary for coaches stands at $500.
Meanwhile, the lower club coach earns not less than $350.
The new league to kick off on December 26, will host 14 teams of the top-flight league and 32 teams for the inferior league.
Players shall earn not less than $350 and $250 in the first and second divisions.
The FRMF is investigating $ 6million to develop female soccer for the next four years. Likewise, with the ambition of having at least 80,000 players and 1000 coaches.
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