[ Inscrivez-vous ]

Newsletter, Alertes

Soccer technical directors gather in Rabat to discuss development

Imprimer PDF

Rabat, Morocco, March 12 (Infosplusgabon) - Technical directors from across Africa, who have been meeting in the Moroccan capital, Rabat, for a seminar are discussing issues related to the development of the technical aspect of football in Africa.


The 9-12 March seminar seeks to establish improved communication between the CAF Technical Department and the Technical Directors of the Member Associations, and also standardizing the structure regarding technical approach.


The four-day event will also review the contents of the various CAF Coaching Licenses (Pro Diploma, A, B & C) to align it with those of other Confederations. This will help to obtain a common agreement across all the Confederations.


Opening the seminar, CAF Executive Committee member, Kalusha Bwalya, tasked the participants to make good use of the opportunity to share and exchange knowledge provided by the workshop to the betterment of African football.


On his part, CAF Deputy General Secretary, Anthony Baffoe, emphasized on the need to give more support to women’s football in the quest to take it to the next level.


“We want to go to another level as we are looking for quality, whilst looking to strengthen other positions like women’s football. This is a new era and there’s a wind blowing to develop women’s football.


“The future starts with you (the participants) at this seminar. We are partnering with AFC, with the aim of getting closer to the level of Europe,” Baffoe said.


FIFA Senior Technical Development Officer, Jean Marie Conz, and CAF Technical Consultant, Jean-Michel Benezet, are also attending the seminar, which has participants from 50 Member Associations.






© Copyright Infosplusgabon

Qui est en ligne!

Nous avons 2598 invités en ligne


Liaisons Représentées:


C'est le message de la nouvelle campagne de communication de la Société des Brasseries du Gabon (SOBRAGA), qui souhaite impliquer les consommateurs au cœur de la lutte contre les fléaux socio-économiques qui minent la société gabonaise.