25 coaches have embarked on the pursuit of their CAF B license today, Monday, June  10, 2024 at Kenya Institute of Special Education (KISE).

Among the coaches who are part of the course are Vihiga Queens’ assistant coach Harriet Fakhiri, Eldoret Falcon Women’s coach Mike Wachira, Kakamega Homeboyz’s Assistant coach Jeff Odongo,  3K FC’s coach Francis Chege amongst others.

This is the 5th CAF B course that has been run by this current administration.

FKF over the years has ensured a clear pathway for coaches to follow and the impact has been felt in youth and women’s football as demonstrated by our youth national teams doing well in various competitions.

FKF vice president, Doris Petra giving reference on the impact of the courses on women’s football lauded the U17 girls for their U17 World Cup qualifiers exploits as the team is one match away from potentially qualifying for the first world cup and was sure to give mention to the current technical bench led by coaches Mildred Cheche and Anne Aluoch as beneficiaries of coaching courses. “both Junior Starlets coaches are products of the FKF coaching courses” she said.

“FKF made a decision to train coaches because we knew there was a gap in the number of trained coaches available and the grassroots level needed people with knowledge to develop players from an early age. she continued.

The course will run for four months under the tutelage of coaches Salim Ali and Leonard Odipo.

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