200 Coaches Workshop: NFF Commended Kano Football Association

Written by Pyramid FM Kano

By: Zaharaddeen Saleh

The Nigeria football federation (NFF) has commended the Kano state football association (FA) for organizing a two days workshop which was attended by over two hounred (200) referees.

The NFF president Alhaji ibrahim Musa Gusau made the commendation at while closing the workshop which took place at sani abacha indoor stadium in Kano.

Musa Gusau, said this is a welcome development in Nigerian football for a state football association to organize an important workshop describing it as parts of it’s kind in his tenure.

The president then urged the participants to used the technics they learned in discharging of their duties, promising Kano state football association that NFF will be contributing next time if Kano (FA) is organizing another training.

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Earlier, the chairman Kano state football association Alhaji Rabi’u Inuwa Sharu Ahlan explained that the training was organized for updating Kano state coaches the new technics in modern football and also the new law of the games.

Over 200 coaches from various part of Kano state attended the workshop.

Among the resources person who graced the occasion are Enugu Rangers FC coach Abdu Maikaba, chairman Kano state refrees council Malam Nasiru Ibrahim and chairman Kano state coaches council chairman Malam Minta.

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