AKIPRESS.COM - Two senior officials from Afghanistan Football Federation (AFF) have joined a training program for coaches in Tajikistan, where they will receive a grade C coaching license, the TOLO News reports.
Mohammad Yousuf Kargar, the technical deputy head of Afghanistan Football Federation (AFF), and Tahir Raoofi, the technical head of the federation, will be assigned to train coaches in the country after completing the program.
“This training pogrom is crucial for Afghanistan. There will be no need for foreign coaches to issue grade “C” licenses for us after we complete the training,” Kargar said.
Sixteen coaches are attending the 10-day program – they are from Tajikistan, Uzbekistan and Afghanistan.
The coaches will get advanced technical and practical training.