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Football | Zambia

Faz gets tough on coaches



The Football Association of Zambia (FAZ) has reminded all member clubs in the MTN/FAZ Super League not to engage trainers who did not meet the minimum qualification of a CAF Licence 'C'.

FAZ Communications Manager, Erick Mwanza, told fazfootball.com that coaches (head or assistant trainers, goalkeeper coaches, physical coaches with whatever physical education qualification, technical advisors or club technical directors) would only be engaged by any team in any football activity if they had a minimum of a CAF Licence 'C'.

"We expect clubs to fully comply with this regulation," said Mwanza.

"A coach without a CAF C license cannot sit on the technical bench during training, friendly or practice matches. He cannot engage in any form of training or take players through any kind of session or engage in any activity that involves interaction with players in the Super League."



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