UEFA Assist Technical Development programme end successfully in Accra

1 year ago

The one-week UEFA Assist Technical Development programme has ended in Accra. Participants of the course were presented with certificates by the course instructor Roger Meichtry and Technical Director Bernhard Lippert at a short closing ceremony in Accra.

The focus of the initiative is to enhance the technical and tactical knowledge of the coaches. Some of the lessons included modern coaching techniques and strategies, leadership development, sports psychology and effective communication skills.

The goal is to develop well-rounded coaches who can effectively shape the future stars of the Ghanaian game.

Black Stars Head Coach Chris Hughton, former Ghana International and coach Otto Addo and Technical Director Bernhard Lippert shared were the guests speakers at the course.

This capacity building project signifies the GFA's commitment to advancing Ghanaian football by equipping coaches with the necessary skills and knowledge to elevate the game at all levels.

The course participants are as follows:

Baba Nuhu Mallam, Dr. Prosper Nateh-Ogum, Samuel Boadu, Anita Wiredu-Mintah, Anokye Charles Frimpong, Yussif Basigi,  Winfred Dormon, Yaw Preko, Kasim Mingle, Laryea Kingston, Maxwell Konadu, Fatawu Salifu, Nana Kwaku Agyemang, Joyce Boatey-Agyei, Abdul Karim Zito, Nana Joe Adarkwa, Linda Prah, Bernice Adu Twumwaa Kyeremeh and Sandra Boakye.