National Coaches' course a success in Ghana

25 March 2018

 Accra, Ghana, March 25, 2018- Ghana Volleyball Association (GVA) organised intensive edition of National coaches’ course at the Media Centre of the Accra Sports Stadium March 17 to 20, 2018. FIVB instructor, Sherif El Shemerly from Egypt, who is also the president of the coaches’ commission of the CAVB was in Ghana to support the Ghana coaches after the national team performed well at the African Championship.

 

The coaching course helped to train more coaches for the association’s vision of getting more trainers across the country. Twenty one participants attended the course including a female.

 

It was in the framework of CAVB Strategic Plan to develop, spread and activate volleyball and beach volley all over Africa.

 

President of the Ghana volleyball association Paul Atchoe told the media at the end of the course that the CAVB President, Dr Amr Elwani, has an agenda of decentralising the game and making it popular across the continent.

 

Sherif El Shemerly expertly shared his experienced and very vital points in the game, such as the use of good servers and training throughout the year for perfection.

 

President of GVA, Paul Atchoe said volleyball in Ghana is rising very fast, and added that he foresees Ghana dominating at the international level in the near future.



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