Organized by the ANFA Technical Department, ANFA today conducted Online Reporting System of Coaching Workshop joined by Province 5,6 and 7.
Over 20 coaches from Province 5,6 and 7, consisting of district coaches, province grassroots head, province youth head, province women's head and province coach education head joined the workshop which have focused on Online Reporting System of coaching activities and sessions.
The workshop comprised of various topics including the coaches to awaked with system. The online system has to be updated regularly with the day-by-day footballing activities along with the photos, details of players, training venues and time.
The technical department at the ANFA Headquarter will closely monitor and analyze the coaching activities running across the country through the online system updated by the coaches.
ANFA Technical Director Gary Phillips, Co-ordinator of Grassroots and Youth Department and ANFA Vice President Upendra Man Singh, Sanjeet Singh (Head of Coach Education), Nabin Maharjan (Head of Elite Youth Program), Hari Khadka (Head of Women's Department) and Manoj Ranjit (Grassroots Manager) conducted the workshop.
ANFA President Karma Tsering Sherpa welcomed and addressed the participants and presenters in the workshop.
A three-day ANFA Online Refereeing Course begins today.
A total of 18 participants are taking part in the course that is being conducted by Buddhi Bahadur Gurung, Shree Ram Ranjitkar, Gajendra Man Singh, Kalpana Sharma, Laba Khatri and Sailesh Joshi.
Bhogendra Yadav (Dhunusha), Gyan Bahadur Magar (Rupandehi), Gyan Bahadur Tamang (Sindhuli), Kashi Raj Rai (TAC), Kriti Sen (Rupandehi), Laxman Jaswal (Jhapa), Prabin Gautam (TAC), Pratik Ghimire (Nawalparasi), Ranjana Yolmoo (Ilam), Ripen Shakya (Rupandehi), Santosh Gurung (Pokhara), Sanu Maiya Magar (Bara), Saraswoti Lo (Makawanpur), Shyam Bahadur Khadka (Nepalgunj), Tufan Kumar Limbu (Dhankuta), Uma Shrestha (Kathmandu), Umesh Bidari (Dhading), Sabin Dhakal (Kathmandu).
National team players and staffs to undergo COVID-19 PCR test from tomorrow.
Months of planning have led to this moment. All the team players, coaching staffs, team officials and hostel staffs will undergo the test before joining training camp at the ANFA Hostel.
The ANFA recently implemented comprehensive hygienic protocols and step-up measures to curb any potential spread of the Covid-19.
In association with Sundar Dhoka Sathi Sewa, the ANFA on Thursday disinfectant the ANFA premises including, ANFA hostel and ANFA office
It will however take two days to finish the test of all the individuals of the team.
As part of the Asian qualifiers of FIFA World Cup 2022 and AFC Asian Cup 2023, Nepal will host Chinese Taipei, Australia and Jordan on October 8, October 13 and November 12 respectively.
With Nepal national men's team set to start training camp on time this week, the All Nepal Football Association is readying to bring a sense of normalcy back.
The ANFA implemented comprehensive hygienic protocols and step-up measures to curb any potential spread of the Covid-19.
In association with Sundar Dhoka Sathi Sewa, the ANFA today disinfectant the ANFA premises including, ANFA hostel and ANFA office.
The players, coaches and other staffs will begin the COVID-19 testing in next few days.
Nepal will host Chinese Taipei, Australia and Jordan on October 8, October 13 and November 12 respectively.
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