11 August 2012

Angola: Vivaldo Eduardo Defends Full-Time Coach

London — The national senior female handball team reached competitive levels that require it to have a full-time coach if they want to achieve new heights in the world, defended the coach Vivaldo Eduardo to the press.

Speaking to ANGOP and Radio-5 on the lessons he drew from this Olympic Games in London, he stressed the need to rethink the objectives of the country in international competitions of the kind.

"The level of the players is enough to justify a full-time coach, as are all present here in this event. For example, Brazil's coach, Dane Morten Soubak, lives and works in Brazil. We must change that to empower more women athletes, "noted Vivaldo Eduardo.

He also advocated for the professionalism of some key areas of the Angolan Handball Federation to give another boost to this sport, because it believes that a different view and can provide improved winnings for the country in future commitments.

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