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CAF B coaching course set to climax this Sunday

The two week Confederation of African Football (CAF) coaching course that kicked off at Fufa Technical centre in Njeru on Monday 9th January and stretches up to Sunday 12th January 2017 will climax on Sunday

49 coaches from the super division clubs and some from other National Football Teams are attending the course supervised by Sunday Kayuni, a CAF instructor from Tanzania.

The participants are being taken through different coaching course units including

The Theory of coaching methods; practical, physical preparation for teams in realistic activity; the theory and practice of defensive play; defending in a game situation; attacking and defending at set plays, corners and throw ins; playing in the final third of the field; systems of play – which was a power point presentation; process of team selection and communication with players on the bench during a game and practical sessions relating to retaining shape (defensively) and value of mobility in attack.

Also in Modern trends in football, Planning and pre-season preparation, System Development and Evaluation, Ball possession and communication, Game reading and Match Analysis among others.

One of the participating coaches, Golola of Club Vipers is thrilled with the course modules and he hopes this will help him know deeply about the game.

“I want to first thank CAF and FUFA for organizing for us this course because we have learnt a lot in these two weeks we have been here and I feel am now technically uplifted.”

“We have now learnt new modern tactics that I feel will help us in developing good players for the future.” Remarked soft-spoken Golola.

Course will climax on Sunday 22 and FUFA Vice President Justus Mugisha is expected to preside over at the closing ceremony

The CAF Coaching course is aimed at helping to educate and equip coaches with new modern coaching knowledge at various levels at their work-places.

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