Jos, Plateau State To Churn Out Great Talents That Will Wowed The Football World………. Ladan Bosso*”


So impressed with the turnout and high level of comprehension of what they are been impacted upon in the ongoing NFF/NLO/Berackiah Coaching Course, President, Coaches Association of Nigeria, Ladan Bosso has praised the coaches under their tetulage and said that Nigeria and world football should be expecting some technical and tactically disciplined players from Plateau State in no time.

Ladan Bosso, who’s also the Nigeria National Under-20 Coach, speaking to the media body that makes the said Coaching course possible on the Plateau,, said:

“Am just so impressed with the turnout and how fast these coaches are digesting almost everything we are teaching them.

” Even in the practical session, these grassroots coaches are ready to learn. If they can effectively pass down everything we’ve taught them here, and couple with the natural talents players on the Plateau are endowed with, then watchout for world beaters of players that will come out courtesy of this coaching program very soon.”

Professor Lawrence Ndaks, who says our football will not get to that expected height if the coaches are the grassroots level are not well trained and put through the latest modern touch of football trends at the world stage, we will continue to see half-baked players been produced, who always find it difficult to meet up the challenge at the senior level.

The NFF/NLO/Berackiah Coaching Course, which started on Monday, 7th of March, declared opened by the Plateau State Football Association Chairman, Sunday Samson Longbap and had in attendance the Chairman, Plateau State Coaches Council, Victor Wikadson, continues in Jos today and will come to an end on Friday.


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