THE Guyana Football Federation’s (GFF) Confederation of North and Central American and Caribbean Association Football (CONCACAF) `D’ Licensing course was successfully conducted on October 14 in the Federation’s boardroom.According to a release from the Federation, present at the completion of the course were GFF Technical Director Ian Greenwood, Youth Development Officer Bryan Joseph and CONCACAF Instructors Anton Corneal and Vincent Earl Ganzberg.In an invited comment, Greenwood stated that “the Federation is pleased with the participation of the candidates; they were always engaged and always asking questions of instructors. We improved on last year’s D Licence course by revising the paper work with coaches in the evening rather than closing in the afternoon with practical session.”According to Greenwood, “The GFF technical staff conducted the evening sessions and it proved very beneficial. We’ll get the results of the D Licensing course from CONCACAF over the next few weeks.”The five-day programme catered to 30 participants that comprised coaches from the Elite Clubs and GFF-Scotiabank Academy Training Centres (ATCs) and was conducted by CONCACAF Instructors.
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