FCAAN D Course hits top gear



The highly educative Football Coaches for African Nations (FCAAN) D Course is already in top gear, in Lagos.

Licensed by the Nigeria Football Federation (NFF) to organise and improve coaching in the country, FCAAN, has within a short time become the No. 1 brand with expertise and resources in coaching education.

FCAAN has also developed a unique football methodology aimed at guiding grassroots coaches to becoming master in their trade.

FCAAN President, Terry Babatunde Eguaoje, leads an exclusive list of instructors which includes former Rivers United Director, Eldred Sunju-Abbey, former Gateway United head coach, Hakeem Busari and Dannaz FC Technical Director, Fatai Akande, amongst others.

Participants presently undergoing intensive lessons and exercises include coaches who have completed FCAAN F and E Courses.

Since inception, FCAAN has boosted coaching education around the country, as it seeks to enhance the quality of football.

Coaches from grassroots club and the professional leagues have benefited from FCAAN courses organized across the nation this year.

Coaching education has experienced a turnaround in Nigeria since the Nigeria Football Federation licensed the renowned coaching education brand, the Football Coaches for African Nations (FCAAN) to cover the gap in coaching.

The FCAAN D Course, which started on Friday, October 14 will be concluded on Wednesday, October 19.



Football Coaches Association of Africa Nations [FCAAN], is the leading coaching organization in Africa dedicated to providing the best coaching courses to football coaches in Africa and around the world.

Headquartered in the United States of America, it has established strategic partnership with other leading organizations involved in coaching education.

Presently, FCAAN has members across the continent.

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