Caf C li­cence course ends

Chronicle (Zimbabwe) - - Sport - Love­more Zi­gara in Gweru

THE first ever Caf C Li­cence course hosted by Mid­lands prov­ince ended at Chap­lin High School in Gweru yes­ter­day with 29 par­tic­i­pants hav­ing taken part in the 10-day course.

Caf in­struc­tor Nel­son Ma­ton­gorere and Zifa tech­ni­cal di­rec­tor Tau­rai Mang­wiro con­ducted the coach­ing course as in­struc­tor and as­ses­sor re­spec­tively.

Par­tic­i­pants in the coach­ing course in­cluded for­mer High­landers de­fender Gift Lunga Jr as well as the for­mer Black Rhi­nos quar­tet of Maronga Nyan­gela, Britto Gwere, Gift Makoni and Jack Mu­tanda­gai.

For­mer Jets goal­keeper Shaiso Chiduku, for­mer Cha­pungu play­ers Du­misani Mu­fudze, Brighton Muchambo and Tawanda Ma­rimo, for­mer Bosso stars Joel Luphahla and In­no­cent Ma­pu­ranga, and Thomas Sweswe also took part in the course.

Lindiwe Ndlovu was the only fe­male par­tic­i­pant in the high-level course.

Ma­ton­gorere de­scribed the course as a suc­cess and said he was pleased with the level of dis­ci­pline and com­mit­ment shown by the par­tic­i­pants.

“This course is one of the most suc­cess­ful I have con­ducted and I would like to com­mend the dis­ci­pline that all the par­tic­i­pants showed through­out.

“I only hope that they can carry that through to their teams,” Ma­ton­gorere.

“It is good that we had this high turnout be­cause this is the only way that the stan­dard of foot­ball will im­prove in the coun­try.”

Zifa is set to in­tro­duce stan­dard­i­s­a­tion for lo­cal coaches across the board from grass­roots to the elite level, as part of a de­vel­op­ment ini­tia­tive aimed at im­prov­ing and nurturing tal­ent in the coun­try.

High Per­for­mance Cen­tre tech­ni­cal com­mit­tee mem­ber In­no­cent Chogugudza and na­tional de­vel­op­ment mem­ber Bene­dict Moyo also ob­served the coach­ing course — @lavuzi­gara1. said

Nel­son Ma­ton­gorere

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