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Coaches attend FIFA MA Coaching Course

Coaches attend FIFA MA Coaching Course

Thirty football coaches and assistant coaches from Cambodian league clubs and national teams concluded their FIFA MA Coaching Course on Friday.

The four-day course, organised by the Football Federation of Cambodia in collaboration with the sport’s world governing body, was led by Australian coaching expert Kelly Cross, with Naga Corp coach Prak Sovannara as his assistant.

Cross aimed to strengthen the coaches’ capacity to build football teams through technical knowledge and lessons in refereeing, administration and medical matters.

Nine newly certified A-Licence coaches, including men’s national team head coach Hok Sochetra, also attended the course.

To contact the reporter on this story: Ung Chamroeun at [email protected]

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