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FERWAFA to award CAF A Licenses to Rwandan coaches on Monday

Posted on Mar 17 2017

Rwanda Football Federation (Ferwafa) will on Monday award twelve (12) Rwandan coaches with their CAF A Coaching Licenses, one of their highest achievement that will enable them improve Rwandan football.

The awarding ceremony will be held at FERWAFA headquarters on Monday afternoon.

The twelve coaches who will be awarded the CAF A Coaching Licenses include; Bizimana Abdou (head coach Virunga Fc, DR Congo), Bizimana Ally (Unattached), Bisengimana Justin (Police Fc assistant coach), Habimana Sosthene (Musanze Fc head coach), Kayiranga Jean Baptiste (Unattached), Mashami Vincent (Bugesera Fc head coach), Mbarushimana Abdou (AS Muhanga head coach) and Mbungo Casa Andre (Sunrise Fc head coach).

Others are Nshimiyimana Eric (AS Kigali head coach), Okoko Godefroid (Gicumbi Fc head Coach), Rwasamanzi Yves (APR Fc Assistant coach) and Seninga Innoncent (Police Fc head coach).

The coaches who will be awarded their CAF A Coaching License excelled in last year’s two-week second phase of the CAF A Coaching License which was conducted by Fifa/Caf instructor Mukeba Joseph, assisted by Burundian Mupenda Mohsin and Rwandan Antoine Rutsindura.

At the current situation, Rwanda has now 133 certified coaches across all the three CAF licensing system levels namely; CAF C (114), CAF B (7) and CAF A (12).
Source: Ferwafa.rw


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