German-based Young Talent Sports Academy (YTSA) have confirmed the invitation of 19 Zimbabwe Football Association coaches to training courses in Hamburg.
The introductory UEFA C and B license coaching courses will take place next month between August 30 and September 9.
The initiative has come via the Team-Zimbabwe UK chief executive Marshal Gore and coach Philip Zulu and the Zimbabwean delegation.
“We hope that the participation and camaraderie in Germany will be most enjoyable and memorable. Looking forward to see you soon,” read the letter from YTA director Bernd Wulffen, a former German international footballer.
The courses include:
- Six days of instructions in English
- 10 nights hotel accommodation with full room and board (3 meals a day)
- Support with establishing all qualifications for the C- or B-licence (dates to be announced)
- Coaching instructor
- Training sessions on grass, turf or Indoor
- Conference rooms for presentation
- Certificate of participation
Coaches invited for the coaching course in Germany:
Mkhuphali Masuku(Bantu Rovers), Valentine M. Mangiza (Herentals), Desire Mbidzo (Pretoria Athletics FC), Julius Chakupewa (Manzini Sundowns Swaziland), Damaza Dube (Bantu Rovers), Noah Kapini (Yadah), Tonderayi Ndiraya (Dynamos and Zimbabwe Under-23 team), Nesbert Saruchera (assistant coach Zimbabwe Under-23 team), Paradzai Samkeliso Ncube, Herbert Maruwa (Black Rhinos), Perkins Nyamutamba (Defence Forces), Gremah Siphosenkosi Ndebele (Skies Las Palmas Academy), Klifton Kadurira (Golden Valley) Joel Luphahla (TelOne), Mistry Chipere (Zimbabwe Foreign Legions), Alfred Chinodakufa (Trojan Mine), Japhet Muparutsa (Japhet Muparutsa Foundation (UK), Fungai Kwashi (Caps United), Jairos Tapera (TelOne).
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