GFF launches second D License course

Participants for the CONCACAF D License course posing with CONACACF Instructors Vincent Ganzberg (sitting first left) and Antony Corneal (sitting second left) as well as GFF President Wayne Forde (sitting centre), GFF Technical Director Ian Greenwood (sitting second right) and GFF Executive Committee Member Keith O’Jeer following the launch of the CONCACAF D License programme.

The Guyana Football Federation (GFF) officially launched their second D License course in less than month yesterday at the Olympic House, Liliendaal.

The four day programme, which caters for 30 coaches from the Aca-demy Training Centres (ATCs), National Sports Commission (NSC) and Schools, will be conducted by CONCACAF Instructors Anton Corneal and Vincent Ganzberg.

CONCACAF’s Corneal during the feature address said, “We are here to help, not just in the classroom but outside of the classroom. The magic happens with you, because you are the ones that can make change.” He added:“When we speak about what’s development, it does take eight to 10 years. But you are the ones instrumental in guiding the young ones for that eight to 10 years.”….


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