The Technical Department of All Nepal Football Association (ANFA) successfully completed the second round review of Online Reporting System of Bagmati Province on Friday.
District coaches from Bagmati Province took part in the online discussion. One primary concern among the coaches during the discussion was lack of physical activities due to the current Covid-19 pandemic. They said players were not able to train on the ground due to the current situation.
ANFA Chairperson Karma Tsering Sherpa urged the coaches to continue their training programmes through online mediums. "This pandemic period should be used to increase our online skills and use of those skills to maintain physical fitness," said Sherpa. Sherpa thanked coaches for keeping the players physically busy as football has been halted due to the pandemic.
ANFA Vice chairperson Upendra Man Singh said the online system should be used to keep players mentally and physically fit. "Physical fitness is important for a player but staying mentally fit is also equally important," said Singh.
Also addressing the discussion, ANFA General Secretary Indraman Tuladhar said district coaches should develop training methods through online mediums for their players.
Chiefs of ANFA departments were also present in the discussion. Hari Khadka, Head of Women's Football, hosted the event.
ANFA had organized the second phase of online reporting system review for Province 2 and Gandaki Province on Thursday while review for Province 1 was held on Wednesday.