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Djibouti Football Coaches Benefit from CAF Level C Coaching Course

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Nearly 30 young football coaches in Djibouti have benefited from CAF level C coaching course which successfully concluded at the Djibouti Football Federation technical centre over the weekend.

Djibouti Football federation secretary General Ali Kamil Ali said at the closing ceremony that the two week-long course was the second of its kind from CAF to be held for Djibouti's young coaches.

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"The arrangement of this course has taken a long time and we are very grateful to CAF for its helpful hand in the development of football here in Djibouti," the Secretary General said at the the closing ceremony of the two week-long coaching course.

For his part Djibouti Football Federation President Hussein Fadoul Dabar said the successful course is expected to yield positive results in the promotion of football across Djibouti where football has been gradually developing in recent years.

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"On behalf of Djibouti Football Federation I am pledging that we will organize more other courses for you and in return for that we expect you to play a greater role in the progress of football in your society," President Hussein Fadoul told the course participants during his closing address.

He said that the course was part of the ongoing efforts by his federation toward the grassroots development in the country adding that more other local course will follow.

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An Algerian CAF instructor Mr. BOUALEM was teaching at the course with the assistance from local instructors.

Shafi'i Mohyaddin Abokar is the NewsBlaze Somalia reporter. Contact him through NewsBlaze.

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