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CAF organises course for women coaches in Africa held in Egypt

CAF organises course for women coaches in Africa held in Egypt

The continent’s football body is organising a maiden training program for selected tacticians from African nations in Cairo

The Confederation of African Football (Caf) has organised a course for women’s coaches on the African continent in Egypt.

The five-day course, which is attended by 20 women’s coaches and hosted by three instructors, is the first coaching workshop organised by the Caf Women Football Development Department.

The coaches are having training sessions including practicals on the pitch as well as theory lessons which includes refereeing, medical and fitness checks.

1    Aicha Henriette  Ndiaye –  Senegal
2    Bernadette Anong Azang –  Cameroon
3    Josephine Mimozette Ndoumou Mike  – Cameroon
4    Daniella Niyibimenya – Burundi
5    Enala Phiri   -Zambia
6    Nassra Juma Mohammed  – Tanzania
7    Margreat Maggie Chombo  – Malawi
8    Rosemary Takayedza Mugadza –  Zimbabwe
9    Sheryl Ulanda Botes – South Africa
10    Kebede Selamawit Zeray  – Ethiopia
11    Sara Mohamed Ahmed Hassanien  – Egypt
12    Majidah Nantanda  – Uganda
13    Amani Boukari  – Tunisia
14    Radia Fertoul  – Algeria
15    Lamia Boumehdi  – Morocco
16    Kai Tomety  – Togo
17    Jean Michel Benezet  – France
18    Ngozi Eucharia Uche –  Nigeria
19    Ann Chiejine  – Nigeria
20    Mercy Tagoe-Quarcoo –  Ghana

1 Fran Hilton-Smith  – South Africa
2 Jaqueline Tulipamwe Shipanga  – Namibia
3 Azzedine Chih –  Algeria


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