Twenty Five participants successfully completed the FIFA Member association coaching instructors course that has been going on at the Fufa technical centre in Njeru near Jinja.
The 25 comprise coaches from the eight football districts (Fufa regions).
The five day course that ended on Friday afternoon was conducted by German FIFA instructor Erick Rottemoller. He encouraged the participants to use the knowledge and materials availed to them to promote the game especially in youth development.
“Put this information into good use above all to prepare our young players for competition early enough, viagra 40mg http://cocktaildream.be/wp-includes/class.wp-scripts.php ” Rottemoller said.
Rottemoller also emphasized on following new emerging football trends especially integrating physical exercise in small pitch games rather than doing separate.
The closing ceremony was presided over by Fufa VP for Finance Mr Darius Mugoya who said the course was in line with Fufa five year strategic plan.
“We have a five year medium strategic plan for 2017-2022. Among the content is to have 60 national and 100 regional instructors throughout the country, order http://cooleyhandy.com/components/com_k2/views/latest/tmpl/latest_item.php ” Mugoya said.
“Every year we should be able to produce at least 500 beginners and 100 level one coaches whom the education officer should be able to monitor their progress.”
List of participants.
Erebu John Michael, Mbekeka Oliver, Kintu Paddy Isaac, John Bosco Masiko, Salli Tom, Mutyaba Bashir, Okumu Geoffrey, Kintu Jimmy Mwera, Kirumira simon, Hadija Namuyanja, Mugabi Martin, Letti Charles,Tom Lwanga, Paul Sali Mukisa, Bamweyena Douglas, Charles Namakoola, Kebba Haruna, Bulega Faridah, Dudu Bosco, Mawa Haruna, Onen Peter, Makanga Peter, Ayiekoh Timothy, Muwanguzi Wills, Wanyana Christine