Tamale based sports writer and pundit, Issah Mohammed Iddrisu, known in sports circles as Rossoneri Selecao, has bemoaned the inability of young coaches to attach themselves to clubs to enhance their development.
He made this remark with reference to a short speech delivered by veteran trainer coach Mu-azu Choo, younger brother of the great Mohammed Choo, a former player of RTU. Coach Mu-azu, at the inauguration of the Tamale Metropolitan Football Association, TMFA, at the Aliu Mahama Sports Stadium, appealed to the RFA Chairman to organize refresher courses for coaches in the region.
In the same vein, he called on coaches to revise their notes very often to keep themselves updated. Speaking on Suhupielli Soccer School on Suhupielli FM, Rossoneri related this to lack of training attachment of young coaches.
“I think the RFA should consider putting in place, a sort of Regional Service for our coaches. Provision can be made with clubs in various divisions for newly certified coaches to undergo attachment, especially so for those who don’t have clubs to coach.”
He continued; “That way, they’ll have first hand opportunity to put what they learnt into practice. That would be a wonderful and formal way of regulating the paths of young coaches.”