CAF License coaching courses start in Kenya

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140 coaches get into training as from today in four regions of the country

Football Kenya Federation (FKF) have rolled out CAF C License coaching courses across the country to benefit 140 coaches.

The course, which is a follow-up of the Basic/Advanced Basic coaching courses conducted last year, will take three weeks starting today (Monday, March 20).

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“When we were elected a year ago, we made a commitment to change the game by ensuring that we provide quality education for our coaches.” Today I am happy to announce that the federation having successfully trained 2000 coaches last year, has rolled out CAF C license coaching courses that will see 140 coaches graduate on April 9, 2017.

“It is our belief that this important course will not only help build capacity but also bridge a huge and sensitive gap that has in the past denied local coaches job opportunities both home and abroad,” said FKF president Nick Mwendwa in a statement published on the federation’s website.

The exercise is being held in Nairobi, Coast, Nyanza and Western Regions.

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