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Fifa Goalkeeping Trainers Course Successfully Climax at Njeru

Participants pose for a group photo with the Fufa CEO and Caf instructor Bob.

27 goalkeepers’ trainers have successfully completed a five day coaching course that commenced on Monday 27th June at the Fufa technical training center in Njeru.

The course was conducted by FIFA instructor Bob Browaeys.

“Goalkeeping is a crucial area in a football match and we are moving away from the notion that it’s just about stopping shots and clearing goal kicks, site http://ctabuenosaires.org.ar/wp-content/plugins/jetpack/modules/post-by-email.php ” Bob said.

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“We are now teaching what a modern goalkeeper look like, erectile http://conduco.dk/wp-admin/includes/nav-menu.php how can they be part of attack, approved what’s his role when the ball is away in the other half and his general ‘redefined’ roles.”

The closing ceremony was presided over by FUFA CEO Mr. Edgar Watson who was representing the president. Watson expressed dissatisfaction by some groups of people who get the course and don’t implement.

“It hurts when we give this knowledge maybe free or a small fee paid and then discover that the recipients don’t implement the courses on field,” Watson said. “Give the course value and pass over the knowledge to those in who didn’t come.”

Participants view.

“Football is revolving and every day there is something new to learn. We have learnt a lot in this course especially how much a goalkeeper can be involved in a game. We hope that more of such courses can be organized,” Vipers goalkeeper’s coach Stephen Kiggundu told ChimpSports.

“My only observation is that the federation should look how to avail a video camera at (FTC) Njeru. Because its abit challenging to remember all the practicals we carried out but can be of advantage if we had visual copies for future reference.”

The participants.

Robert Mukasa (Artland Katale), Andrew Kiweewa (Synergy), swaibu Ssebagala (Proline), Hamza Kalanzi (Lweza), Sadiq Waswa, Valley Mugwanya (SC Villa), Yusuf Ssenyonjo (Masavu), Yusuf Issa Hassan (Onduparaka), Eddy Kaweesa (Bright stars), Edward Rwothmo (Paidha Black), Faisal Kanene (Police), Ramadhan Kato (Hope Doves), Moses Oloya (Saints), Stephen Billy Kiggundu (Vipers), John Billy Lukoda (schools), Daniel Kiwanuka (KCCA), Abdul Sebale Kigenyi (Express), Isaac Ojok (Lira), Frank Ssebagala (Simba), James Ortega (Sporting), Boniface Kongo (Ndejje), Umar Nsubuga (Soana), Moses Binaisa (Kirinya Jinja Ss), Fred Lumu (JMC Hippos), Bright Dhaira (Bul FC), Kenneth Magada (Sadolin).

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