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Workshop for district officials

Maciu Malo
Saturday, January 18, 2014

FIFA development officer Glenn Turner is facilitating a development workshop for Fiji FA district officials at the Tanoa International Hotel in Nadi.

According to Fiji FA CEO Bob Kumar, the workshop is to train district officials on various development aspects of soccer.

Kumar said the workshop would benefit the soccer fraternity and he called on district officials to make a good use of it.

"This is a good start for the year and all participants are expected to make use of this opportunity," he said.

"Development is vital for all soccer districts and this workshop will benefit not only the participants but more so the local players.

"To have a person of Glen's calibre in facilitating the workshop will be of huge benefit to Fiji soccer."

Kumar said FIFA development program also features courses to educate instructors, coaches, referees, and officials.

The workshop started yesterday and ends tomorrow





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