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USA Based Nigerian Football Coach Returns Home To Host Coaching Clinic

USA Based Nigerian Football Coach Returns Home To Host Coaching Clinic

JC International Coaches Academy, a reputable hub established for the sole aim of training football coaches in the country is set for the season 2 of its coaching clinic.

In a statement, the Chairman of JC International, Dr. Joseph Ogunsanya made it known that it has become pertinent to host the coaching clinic due to the request of stakeholders who witnessed the first season.

Dr. Ogunsanya, a United States of America based football tutor who believes in capacity building for grassroot coaches added that the demand, and the need to get more local coaches certified necessitated the second edition.

The season two is scheduled to hold between 21st and 25th of November at JC International Coaches Academy located along Papalanto- Sagamu Road, Ogun State.

Coaches taking the Level one certification are to pay 21,500 naira, while level two certification is 31,500 naira. (Account Name : JC School – Account Details – (2021202122)

The fee covers training Materials, commemorative shirts, Branded Bag with accessories as well as certification.

The coaching education is in accordance with the mandate of World Football governing body (FIFA), Confederation of African Football CAF and other high profile football governing bodies.

Executive Board Member of the Nigeria Football Federation and Chairman, Ogun State Football Association, Alhaji Ganiyu Majekodunmi who was at the season one, is also expected to be at the occasion.

Coaches from League clubs in Nigeria, the Chairman of Ogun State Coaches Association, Mr. Bankole Olaseinde, Vice chairman Coach Victor Agbagu and other football stakeholders are expected to be there.

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