Football Coaches Association of Africa Nations (FCAAN) on Tuesday finally postponed its planned coaching education course originally scheduled for Nigeria in June due to the current Covid-19 Pandemic ravaging the globe.
The non-governmental coaching Education based private organisation after a successful E & D Diploma course training in Ibadan and Akure had scheduled a higher C- Diploma training course for the month of June in Nigeria but a press release by the organisation has now explained the circumstances leading to the postponement of the planned coaching programme.
The release issued by Dr Terry Eguaoje, president and founder of FCAAN indicated that the instructors, participants and vendors for the course would be travelling from all over the world and going by the global shutdown and the health risk involved, the possibility of having the course at this time is next to impossible.
The USA based Nigerian born Coach through the release however maintained that registration for the Coaching Course continues and that a later date for the coaching course will be announced in due course.
FCAAN’s director of coaching education in Nigeria, Coach Henry Abiodun himself a CAF A and NSCAA Diploma licenced coach has promised to get in personal touch with the intending participants to re-assure them of a future date.
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