15 February 2013

South Africa: Bafana Assistant Coach Invited to CAF Coaching Licence Review Sessions

Bafana Bafana assistant coach Serame Letsoaka has been invited to Egypt to be part of a select group of experts to review the CAF Coaching Licensing System with the aim to make it more relevant to the African set-up. Letsoaka, a CAF Coaching Instructor, is the former SAFA Technical Director and has conducted several high -profile coaching courses in and outside South Africa.

There will be three working sessions of four days each which will be held at the CAF Headquarters in Cairo, Egypt.

The First Session to take place from February 18-21 will review the C License; the second is scheduled for March 4-7 to review the B License while the Third Session to run from April 2-5 will review the A License.

Letsoaka will be in the company of Belhassen Malouche (Tunisia), Jean Michel Benezet (Consultant FIFA, France), Mohamed Basir (AFC, Singapore), Jean Pierre Morlans (TD France) and Mama Sow (Senegal).

The following persons will also be in attendance:

General Coordinator: Captain Shatta - CAF Director Development Division

Observer: Jean Marie Conz (Suisse) - FIFA Technical Director

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