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FFC organises women’s football coaching course

FFC organises women’s football coaching course

The Football Federation of Cambodia (FFC) is hosting a Women’s Football Coaching Course, running from October 1-5 at the National Football Center in Cheng Meng on the outskirts of Phnom Penh. The course lead by Swiss FIFA official Monika Staab has 30 participants, including four men, hailing from Phnom Penh, Battambang, Kandal, Kompong Thom and Banteay Meanchey provinces. Tem Moeun, member of the FFC executive committee, said the course aims to enforce the capacity and quality of women football coaches in the Kingdom and also to encourage female involvement in the sport. Participants will study both theoretical and practical situation relating to FIFA rules.

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