More than 90 Females Receive CAF D License Coaching Certificate

The President of SSFA, Mr. Francis Amin, SSFA Stuff and the Participants posing for a group photograph after receiving their coaching certificates, |Photo| SSFA.

The SSFA CAF D License Women’s Coaching Course which drawn together more than sixteen local football federations countrywide, has been concluded on Saturday 8th January at Landmark Hotel in Juba.
The course was held in both Juba and Aweil, which lasted for five days, in which the trainees received all procedures and fundamentals of soccer skills.
The session was supervised by Mrs. Majda Natanda and Selamawit Zarew, who were assigned by the Confederation of African Football (CAF).
In his speech during the closing ceremony, President of South Sudan Football Association (SSFA), Mr. Francis Amin praised the participants, urging them to work hard and implement what they have learnt during the sessions back in their respective states. He called on the trainees to value the importance of training and learning for the development of women’s football in South Sudan.
Mr. Amin also assures the participants of the association’s commitment to continue supporting women’s football in the country.
Meanwhile, Mrs. Majda Natanda described the students as diligent people, pointing out the importance of continuing to hold training courses in order to develop the country’s female cadres in the field of women’s football, calling on SSFA to work hard towards upgrading women’s football in South Sudan.
She also advised the Association to benefit from the experiences of neighboring countries in developing capabilities in the field of training.
This coaching course is aimed at increasing females’ coaches in the country; it is part of the running four years women’s football strategic plan that pledges to build a transparent, inclusive and sustainable future for women’s and girls’ football in South Sudan.

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