Refreshment coaches course concludes in Somalia

19 December 2012

Mogadishu, Somalia, December 14, 2012- Somali volleyball federation has concluded two days local refreshment coaching course in the capital Mogadishu this weekend. The aim of the course was how to improve the technical and practical level of volleyball coaches in the east African country.

  

The first General Secretary of Somalia Volleyball Federation Mahamed Abubakar appreciated all course participants and  praised the Coaches. He asked to continue their practice well in future to use the outcome of the course.

  

 "I would like to see Somali Volleyball participating in Zone V qualification," said the Secretary.

  

 At the end of the ceremony Vice President of Somali Volleyball Federation, Mahamed Ibrahim attended the closure ceremony and encouraged the couches and their endeavor.

 

By Mahamed Abubakar, Somali volleyball federation press officer



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