The Nigeria Football Federation has expressed delight with the successful conclusion of the first-ever Coaches’ Instructors Course which took place in Abuja last week and had 32 top coaches in attendance.
NFF’s General Secretary, Dr Mohammed Sanusi, himself a qualified coach and one of the instructors, said the objective of the course was to create a forum for Nigeria’s football teachers to share ideas and learn from one another in a conducive environment that made both theoretical and practical sessions easy to deal with.
“Personally, I am enamoured by the quality of resource persons and the quality of work that was shared round, at both practical and classroom sessions. Everyone played their part brilliantly and it was a hugely satisfying week in which participants learnt so much. As a Federation, the NFF has a sense of fulfilment that for the first time in history, we were able to conduct this course of train-the-trainers. It is our belief that it was worthwhile and we…
Source: Complete Sports