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PSG trains Rwandan coaches on PSG-Academy methodology

French club Paris Saint Germain (PSG) is holding a 3-day training clinic with coaches from Rwanda on the PSG methodology, with an aim of selecting some of them to take on responsibilities in their (PSG s) soon-to-be-established academy in Rwanda. According to a statement from the Rwanda Football Federation (Ferwafa), the coaches who will have performed well during both the theoretical and practical sessions of the workshop will be candidates for coaching positions at the PSG Academy. The workshop is being conducted by Benjamin Houri, the Head Coach of the PSG Academy, starting from Friday, April 16 to Sunday (April 18). ‘’We are very pleased for the existing partnership between Rwanda and PSG through Visit Rwanda, it is very encouraging to see all participants geared for the three-day workshop. Undoubtedly, we believe that all of you are going to gain a lot of football knowledge from this workshop, ’François Régis Uwayezu, the FERWAFA General Secretary said during the official opening of the workshop. Benjamin Houri, Head coach PSG-Academy reiterated the objective of the workshop: “it is an enormous pleasure for me to be here. The PSG-Academy is very important for us because it presents to us a chance to integrate the best players of the region in the academy. PSG has a big methodology that we are going to share with you and our aim today is to improve your knowledge of football so that you too can improve the skills of the players.’’ The PSG-Academy will be made of a Technical Director and four (4) coaches who will be selected from the trainees at the end of the workshop. The workshop is taking place at Amahoro Stadium and has been organized in partnership with PSG, FERWAFA and the Ministry of Sports and has been organized in adherence to the Covid-19 guidelines. Participants: Hamimu Bazirake, Djamila Dushimimana, Fidèle Hakizimana, Jean Baptiste Hakizimana, Alain Mbabazi, Mohamed Nonde, Hamida Murekatete, Daniel Ndacyayisenga, Enock Niyibizi, Jean Damascène Nsengiyumva, François Nsengiyumva, Bonaventure Ntakirutimana, Mohamed Ntibatega, Grace Nyinawumuntu, David Rumanzi, Eric Tegibanze, Seraphine Umunyana and Pacifique Uwineza.


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