Edo Government partners FCAAN on football coaching education

October 27, 2019
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The headquarters of Football Coaches Association of Africa Nations, FCAAN in the United States, says Edo state government has concluded plans to partner FCAAN to develop the game of football in the state through coaching education.

FCAAN Director of Coaching Education, Coach Henry Abiodun revealed this while addressing newsmen on the development.

Coach Abiodun, said the partnership would include a one week FCAAN D Diploma Course for Edo state football Coaches between 18th to 21st November, 2019 in Benin City.

The former Handler of Sunshine Stars FC of Akure explained that the FCAAN D Diploma Course scheduled for Ondo state would hold before the Edo state edition.

Coach Abiodun noted that the training would afford football Coaches from all local councils in Edo state to undergo modern day techniques of Coaching.

He commended Edo state government for the plans to bring new methods of coaching to the doorsteps of its Coaches, which he said was of crucial importance  to football development.

FCAAN D Diploma Course for Edo state Football Coaches would be coming up three days after the 11th to 15th November edition slated for Ondo state.

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