By Janefrances Nweze
The first module of the CAF A Coaching license training, organised by the Morocco National Technical Directorate, (DTN) for selected African football coaches ended on Friday, May 12, 2023.
The training course which started on Monday, May 8, at the Mohammed VI Football Complex, brought together twenty-three coaches of different nationalities including thirteen former Moroccan internationals.
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End of the first phase of the training course for obtaining CAF A Diploma pic.twitter.com/EHSPsKLsJL
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The course is a part of the technical support offered and supervised by the DTN to Confederation of African Football (CAF) member Associations in strategic partnership with the Royal Moroccan Football Federation.
The coaches selected for the training are National team, professional football club or a local youth team coaches who excelled in the last B FAST TRACK exam organised for Ex-Morocco internationals.
There were also coaches from other African countries in attendance. Coaches from Zambia, Liberia, Chad, Burkina Faso, Ethiopia and Senegal. Certifications will be issued to the participants at the end of whole course.
The Royal Moroccan Football Federation continues to play a leadership role in the development of football in Africa with all its accommodating gestures such as affording youth national teams from Africa to make use of the ultramodern Mohammed VI complex as training base before major competitions.
Morocco have also in recent times played hosts to a number of African qualifying matches for both FIFA World Cup and Africa Cup of Nations tournaments, a way of exhibiting its abundance in sporting infrastructure to the World.