Kenya to host 2017 ITMS conference

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All Caf member associations and Uefa French speaking countries will converge in Nairobi for ITMS training

Football Kenya Federation will host the 2017 Fifa International Transfer Matching System conference in May.

The federation has confirmed that they have been picked by Fifa to host the annual event, a thing which will benefit the country’s clubs to a great extent.

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Its main agenda is to facilitate the sharing of information, expertise and best practices among ITMS users including clubs, associations, and FIFA ITMS Department. All Caf member associations and Uefa French speaking countries will converge in Nairobi for a two-day workshop, beginning May 10, 2017.

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“We are honored to have been selected by FIFA to host the 2017 Fifa ITMS conference. As such, we remain committed to providing all the necessary advice and onsite support, vital in ensuring the event is a success,” CEO Robert Muthomi told the federation’s official website.

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The exercise will come barely three months after the World’s football governing body, through Kenyan Premier League, conducted training on TMS for international players with Gor Mahia, AFC Leopards and Sofapaka.

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