FPAI plans to bring foreign experts to tip India coaches
The Football Players Association (FPA) of India has planned to get experts from abroad to help Indian coaches learn the latest techniques.
Kolkata: The Football Players Association
(FPA) of India has planned to get experts from abroad to help
Indian coaches learn the latest techniques and ideas of the
game, FPAI President and Indian football icon Bhaichung Bhutia
"The FPAI and the Khanna Sports India Pvt Ltd (SPIL) are
endeavoring to get experts with the knowledge of latest style
and ideas for the benefit of Indian soccer coaches," Bhutia
told reporters here.
To start with, there would be a week-long seminar-cum
workshop for 50 coaches, Bhutia said adding the date and venue
of the workshop would be decided later.
Bhutia said he was happy with the offer made by All India
Football Federation (AIFF) to the national players who would
train exclusively for the Asian Cup to be held in Doha next
Asked about the plans for his personal football career,
he said he was not thinking anything beyond the Asian Cup
"I would take a decision only after the Asian Cup," he