Football house: Sending coaches to Spain still on the cards
The programme of sending local coaches to Spain for training is still on and Football house hopes it can come to fruition before the end of the year.
FAZ acting secretary general Adrian Kashala said they have delayed by late feedback from the schools where they want to send these coaches.
” What has delayed as much is the feedback from the schools where we intend to take our coaches to but the programme is still on, ” he said.
” It’s our sincere hope that we can see the programme running before the end of this year,” he added.
Kashala also highlighted the challenge faced as clubs need their coaches to compete well in the league but they are the same who have to be sent to Spain for the coaching courses.
” We are getting these coaches from clubs who are competing in the league and need their coaches hence we have hard slow response from the clubs. At the end of the day all we are doing is to try and empower these coaches but we need assistance from clubs. It’s a two way thing, We provide the platform but the clubs also must release the coaches to go for such courses,” he said.
Football house announced sometime back that the then Chipolopolo coach Wedson Nyirenda and his technical bench would be sent to Spain for refresher courses but Nyirenda resigned before the programme could be implemented.