ANFA kicks off AFC ‘A’ Coaching Course

Published On: August 15, 2017 06:22 PM NPT

KATHMANDU, August 15: The Asian Football Confederation (AFC) 'A' Coaching Certificate Course organized by the All Nepal Football Association (ANFA) under the auspices of the AFC kicked off at the ANFA Complex on Tuesday.

A total of 21 coaches will be attending the course conducted by AFC Instructor Naider Arabi from IR Iran. The course will run through Aug. 15 to September.

Speaking at the opening ceremony of the program, ANFA President Narendra Shrestha said that the coaching course is of high importance for the development of football in Nepal.

"Our association will soon be entering club licensing. One of the key requirements of the licensing is coaches with 'A' Coaching Certificate. I would like to extend my best wishes to all of you to make the best out of the course," he said.

AFC Instructor Arabi said: "This is my second visit to Nepal. This is a very important course for the development of football in the country. I want all of you to give your best."

Participants: Bijay Maharjan, Shyam Sundar Singh, Manoj Ranjit, Prajwal Pratap Chhetri, Pradip Humagai, Binod Lama, Prabesh Katuwal, Nabin Maharjan, Bhagawati Rana Magar, Sanjeet Singh, Bikash Dangol, Sanoj Shrestha, Chakra Tamang, Sulabh Jung Rana, Raj Kumar KC, Kiran Shrestha, Suman Shrestha, Darshan Bhaktaraj, Jit Bahadur Pun, Lalit Chand and Kishor Kumar KC.


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