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Fiji FA: Symposium compulsory

Moiz Munif
Wednesday, February 07, 2018

ATTENDANCE at the coming Fiji Football Association (Fiji FA) symposium is compulsory for district presidents and coaches.

Fiji FA chief executive officer Mohammed Yusuf says the objective of the symposium is to educate the participants on their plans and programs for further development of the sport in the country.

"It is a must for all district coaches and presidents to attend but if the presidents are not available, they can nominate someone on their behalf," he said in a statement.

"We will be getting an expert from USP as well our Vodafone Fiji national coach Christophe Gamel and Fiji FA technical director Ravinesh Kumar to facilitate," Yusuf said.

"The symposium will also ensure that all the coaches need to be contracted with the districts with a specific condition and players' discipline will also be discussed.

"We have seen some players, when they come in to camp, they get fit but when they go back, they are not monitored and get unfit or overweight.

"We want to educate our coaches and district officials on the importance of a player.

"This will be done to educate the district officials and coaches on how Fiji FA's philosophy of possession, football works and also the responsibility of the coaches to the districts on the coaching structure," he said.

The date for the symposium will be announced soon.

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