UK training: National Coaches Talent hunt begins

Young and aspiring coaches will have the opportunity to sharpen their skills at the Birmingham County Football Development Scheme (BFCDS), United Kingdom, for three months if they emerge winners at the National Coaching Talent Hunt.

Apart from this, the successful participants also stand a chance of earning the BFCDS coaching certification, N100, 000 monthly allowance during their stay in UK, a ‘’chopping’’  money  spree of N250,000 and have the chance to watch EPL live matches. Continue…

The initiative, which is being put together by Ash Global Resources and MPH Communications an integrated marketing communication outfit and it is endorsed by the Nigeria Football Federation (NFF). On board are former international and coaches, Samson Siasia, Augustine Egueavoen and Mutiu Adepoju, as judges for the auditions exercise.

Participants are expected to send a short message consisting of their Name, Age and Location to 35811 at cost of N100 to begin the process of registration, adding that the coaches should be between the ages of 17 and 40 to be eligible.

Audition event would take place in four centres across the country (Lagos, Benin, Enugu & Abuja) the successful candidates would make the Grand final in Lagos whereby officials of the BCFDS would be in Lagos for a 5day clinicParticipants’ evaluation will be based on technical and tactical exercises for 4 days while the last day of the event would be loaded with different captivating programmes

All candidates that participated in the clinic will be awarded with BCFDS certificate, while they lucky winners would get the English Football Association level two certification in the UK, which is aperquisite for the UEFA B license. 

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posted by Daniel chinex


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