Football coaches from across J&K participated in an online webinar intended to improve their insight skill-base and abilities, led by a former Indian football player and currently works as the assistant coach of the Hyderabad FC Mehrajuddin Wadoo and Former football player Sajid Dar. The virtual workshop was held to offer growing trainers a chance to communicate with different specialists on various parts of their job as on-ground exercises were slowed down due to Covid constrained lockdown.
The 3-day virtual webinar was coordinated by RF Youth Sports in a joint effort with the AIFC. It was gone to by 32 mentors from educational institutes from all over the districts in Jammu and Kashmir. Throughout 2 hrs of the workshop, the football coaches were given understanding into the set of principles anticipated from them towards football players, guardians, referees, and individual mentors.
The difficulties of safeguarding youngsters under their supervision from physical, passionate, mental, sexual, and monetary misuse were additionally explained upon. Sameer Gowhar stated that “In the 4 yrs I have spent filling in as a manager of a team and assistant coach, this was really the 1st such virtual workshop I joined in”.
Mehrajuddin Wadoo who played for India’s national football team from 2005 to 11 stated that “There are some great managers around who are as of now working really hard yet we need to contact where we don’t have any certified football coaches and has a sparkling CV that incorporates Hero Federation Cup, IFA Shield, and Jawaharlal Nehru Gold Cup championship titles.
He was likewise an individual from the Chennaiyin Football team that won the Indian Super League trophy in 2015 and is presently filling in as assistant coach of Hyderabad FC. Sajid Dar, who has addressed J&K in the Santosh Trophy, is an All India Football Federation C License Coach and an Asian Football Confederation A License Coach Educator holder. He was likewise a former coach of the Indian national youth squad.