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3-day Futsal coaching And Referee Course Starts at Union club

KARACHI: Bisconny and Chase up sponsored three days Futsal Coaching and Referee Course been organized by Sindh Women Futsal Association (SWFA) and Diya Women Football Club (DWFC).

Forty Six men and women candidates arep participating in this course while Brazilian Coaches are providing training and tips to participants through modern and latest techniques. Kits were also given to the participants with Course Catalog.

Present in the ceremony were President of DWFC and President of SWFA, Sadia Sheikh,

General Secretary of Pakistan Soccer Futsal Federation, Mubashir Sanjrani, Gen. Secretary SWFA Rukhsar Rashid,Joint Secretary Asia Tabassum, Treasurer Naila Sheikh G.Secretary Karachi Amina Hussein.

Speaking to media, Rafique Sanjarani revealed that all efforts and sources are being used for the training and coaching of players and coaches and long-term results would be appear of this futsal coaching and referee course.

Sadia Sheikh briefed that the contribution of SWFA and DWFC is not only exemplary but also it would definitely improve the skills and ability of players while the new talent is coming forward from Pak youth. She thanked Pakistan Soccer Football Federation for its extraordinary cooperation.

Brazilian Coaches Celso Luis Marques and Rubyany Brandao appreciated and encouraged Pakistani players and said regular coaching by qualified coaches and continuous practice can improve the skills and talent of Pakistani players.

Iternational Footballer Farooque Shah, Aurangzaib, Abdul Aziz, Kiran Qureshi, Yasir Arafat, were also present on the occasion.

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