United Punjab to conduct another Aiff D-license coaching course in November.

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United Punjab FC under the aegis of Punjab Football Association & All India Football Association is going to organize AIFF ‘D’ license coaching certificate program in its campus at Kaunterpur, Pathankot.
Mr. Keshav Dutt from Haryana state will join the following applicants as course instructor.
1. Abhishek Thatal
2. Rymphang Khonglam
3. Rupinder Singh
4. Ishfaq Ahmad Dar
5. Imtiyaz Ahmad Ganaie
6. Umesh Kumar
7. Varun Terang
8. Jagdeep Singh
9. Arshmeet Singh Brar
10. Muneer P
11. Bishal Rai
12. Haradhan Bhowmick
13. Poulangai Onruan
14. Sahil
15. Ajay Kumar
16. Tahir Makbool
17. Deep Narayan Pal
18. Mohammad Fazal Rehman
19. Dilshith Azeezul Kabeer K.I
20. Rahul Sharma
21. Manmohan
22. Anuraj Meena
23. Lalditum Hmar
24. Subhashish Koirala
The AIFF D-Licence Course forms an introductory step to Professional Football Coaching in India. The Course deals with teaching the bare basics of Football Coaching to rookie Coaches. The Course duration is 6 days. A D-Licence holder will be able to Coach in Grassroots football, college and school teams, District and Inter-city Championships etc.
Mr. Rajan Salaria, CEO of the club said that, ” Candidates from all over the India has shown their interest to be a part of this course. In most of the states, the amount of coaching program is near about 15,000/-. We are offering this coaching program at the cost of Rs. 9,500/- (6 days residential program), so everyone can afford this course. Our aim is to produce quality coaches in Punjab and in India as well. This will surely contribute in the development of the Indian football (so far a sleeping gaint).”
This course got an overwhelming response from all over India and the club will organize second chapter of the course in November. The candidates willing to attend the course can call 9878667133 and be a part of awakening Indian football. The course is a part of vision 2022 when India must have at least 15,000 professional football coaches.