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Coach Moses in Cameroon for CAF continental course

May 8, 2017 By Sarh Morris Jnr

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Prince Tamba Moses

Sierra Leone national team, Leone Stars goalkeeper coach, Prince Tamba Moses is currently in Yaoundé, Cameroon for the first edition of the Confederation of African Football (CAF) Instructors’ Course.

The shot-stopper coach together with others from African will be in Yaoundé for the inaugural continental course which is part of the African football governing body’s plan of empowering the continent technical staff.

According to the Sierra Leone Football Association (SLFA), the objective of the course is to update goal keeping instructors to identify their roles, exchange knowledge and to build a new panel of goal keeping Instructors in Africa.

Tamba Moses was selected to represent the country having emerged as the only goal keeping coach in Sierra Leone, who met the criteria set by CAF for the course.

Before his departure, Moses expressed happiness to be part of the goalkeeper trainers shortlisted by CAF. He said: “This course is very beneficial not only to me but to the whole nation. It is very vital for my careers as a coach to extend the knowledge gained to the young goalkeepers we are trying to develop for our national teams.”

The continental goal keeping seminar for national football team coaches will run from the 8th to the 10th May, 2017.

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