CAF B-Licence Coaching Course Ends In Abuja

CAF B-License Coaching Course Ends In AbujaThe CAF B-Licence Coaching Course organised by the Nigeria Football Federation (NFF) has ended in Abuja, the Federal Capital Territory.

Speaking at the closing ceremony of the training, Chairman of the League Management Company, Mr Shehu Dikko, tasked participants to be willing to invest in learning new trends and technological innovations in the game.

He also challenged Nigerian coaches to always support one another, especially when any of them is appointed into the national teams.

A total of 75 participants on Friday collected certificates of participation in the conference room of the NFF/FIFA Technical Centre at the National Stadium Complex.

Those who participated include former Nigerian midfielder, Garba Lawal, as well as Nigerian Professional Football League coaches, Fidelis Ilechukwu of MFM FC, and Kabiru Dogo of Nasarawa United.

Rangers, MFM FC React To NPFL Clash Outcome

Rangers - MFM - NPFLEnugu Rangers Coach, Imama Amapakabo, says he is happy to pick a point in the NPFL against the newly promoted MFM FC.

Amapakabo admitted that the hosts were no underdogs in the top flight division, hence his team came well prepared.

In his reaction, MFM FC Head Coach, Fidelis Ilechukwu, saiud he was not impressed with the 1-1 draw against visiting Enugu Ranger.

Ilechukwu wants the team to remain focus ahead of their next league game when they visit Warri Wolves in Delta State.

Rangers took the lead through Obinna Nwobodo nine minutes before the break, as Sunday Odey got the equaliser in the 68th minute to hand MFM 16 points from 10 league games.

With the draw, Enugu Rangers dropped to second on the league table with 18 points from 10 league games while MFM FC slipped to 6th spot in the Nigerian Professional Football League (NPFL).