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FIFA coaching course

FIFA coaching course

World football governing body FIFA sponsored a women’s coach training course at Cambodia’s National Football Center January 25-27. The course received participation from 29 sports officials (16 females and 13 males) from Phnom Penh, Battambang, Stung Treng, Kandal, Siem Reap, Kampong Speu, Kampong Chhnang, Pailin and Oddar Meanchey provinces. The workshops were conducted by Monika Staab, a FIFA expert from Switzerland, and Dato Yap Nyim Keong, ASEAN Football Federation executive secretary. According to Cambodian Football Federation General Secretary Ouk Sethycheat, the course aimed to improve the standard of Cambodian coaching and promote women’s football in the Kingdom. A similar workshop was held last year.

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