OUAGADOUGOU — From October 18 to 25, Morocco hosted an elite training course for instructors of Confederation of African Football (CAF) coaches, according to information disclosed by the Royal Moroccan Football Federation (FRMF).
According to Burkina Information Agency, the program was instrumental for the attending coaches who were looking to confirm their abilities and gain from the knowledge of experienced former technicians. The session resulted in the official confirmation of sixteen coaches from fourteen African nations, with Moroccan coaches Lhoussain Ammouta and Jamal Sellami among those who successfully passed the evaluation.
The course featured notable speakers such as the Director of FIFA Coaching Training, Branimir Ujevic, and CAF Technical Director, Raul Chipenda, as well as FIFA and CAF experts from various nationalities. The event underscored the commitment to enhancing the quality of football coaching across the continent.