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MANOJ B. PATEL

Finally after 6-months, Uttarakhand gets 35 professional football coaches

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MANOJ B. PATEL

Dehradun: The Uttarakhand Football Association on Saturday evening released a list of 35 coaches, who passed the introductory selection process conducted by All India Football Federation (AIFF), thus allowing them to coach professionally in the country.

The state football association, for the first time in 15 years, conducted the AIFF D-license course/test in Dehradun to select the trainers. Moinuddin Khan, spokesperson of Uttarakhand Football Association added that the state football association was also planning to conduct C-license, which a level after D-license, for the football coaches in Uttarakhand after getting due permission from AIFF.

The successful candidates also include eight women football coaches, hailing from various parts of the state, who are now eligible to coach professionally in and outside the state.

Out of the total 35 football coaches who have passed the AIFF D-license, Dehradun has the maximum number of successful candidates with 21 football coaches. Dehradun was followed by Almora, Chamoli and Pauri with three coaches from each district.

However, the city's first website dedicated to football, Dehradunfootball.com, claimed that the Uttarakhand Football Association was forced to release the list of AIFF D-license holders after they filed an RTI with AIFF to know the reason behind inordinate delay in releasing the names of successful candidates.Read more at;

 

Finally after 6-months, Uttarakhand gets 35 professional football coaches - The Times of India

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