Coaches in Nigeria are set to improve their skills. The Football Coaches Association of African Nations (FCAAN) has confirmed some upcoming training programmes.
The FCAAN’s Director Henry Abiodun, believes that the signed project will revolutionize and introduce local coaches to modern systems.
“The Memorandum of Understanding is an agreed partnership that will see both the Football Coaches Association of African Nations (FCAAN) and Nigeria Football Coaches Association (NFCA) collaborate in recruiting, educating, and licensing Nigerian football coaches,” Abiondun told Goal.
The 15-year-old association offers eight different coaching courses. They range from Level 1 (F Diploma) to Level VI (A Diploma), including a Goalkeeper Coaching course.
“FCAAN will provide workshops, coaching courses, and clinics to its members in Nigeria. NFCA will endorse FCAAN and encourage its members to attend the education programs,” Abiodun added.
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