The PNG Football Association is creating an Education Centre, in a push to ensure better quality and continuity of improvement in football.
The centre will be looking at maintaining evaluation of both players and coaches and will also look at refereeing.
In terms of moving forward, PNG FA have identified an education centre as the priority.
At the moment, with housing and accommodation infrastructure still in the process of completion, the centre will run courses and also monitor and develop both current and potential international players.
Currently lacking, was a continuous system of monitoring and evaluation of players, that would allow the PNGFA to develop their players over time.
The plan is to gather players throughout the year, have coaching clinics and exercises commence, and focus on areas of weakness, with Mileng also stating that many tournaments, such as the recent U17 OFC championships, a requirement for PNGFA.
Talks are still underway with the various stakeholders attached with the PNG Football Association, to get the project up and running.