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NFF to hold CAF License ‘A’ coaching course in February

11 January 2016, 13:13Israel Ojoko

Lagos - The Nigeria Football Federation says it has concluded plans to hold CAF License ‘A’ Coaching Course in February.

Regarded as the highest for coaches in the African continent, the workshop will start on February 21, and last for four weeks in Abuja.

“This is a course that most Nigerian coaches have been looking forward to. We have notified the Confederation of African Football and we are making all necessary arrangements to have a successful program,” NFF Assistant Director (Technical), Abdulrafiu Yusuf said.

“The forms are now available for sale at the Accounts department of Nigeria Football Federation. It is important that interested and qualified persons pick up their forms sale to help our planning,” said Yusuf, a former Nigeria international player.

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It would be recalled that the NFF has conducted a number of CAF License ‘C’ and CAF License ‘B’ coaching courses over the past five years. But this is the first CAF License ‘A’ course to be conducted.

The latest was a CAF License ‘B’ coaching course that took place November 15 – 29, 2015 and attracted about 80 participants.

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