Former Kenyan International urges retired players to take up Coaching Courses.
Former Kenyan International Francis Onyiso has urged retired players to take up Coaching course and nurture upcoming players.
Onyiso was speaking at Kariobangi North Primary School at the Closing ceremony of a CAF D coaching course organized by the Football Kenya Federation Nairobi East Branch. Onyiso is one of the many beneficiaries of Kenya Footballers Welfare Association( KEFWA) taking the course.
The Closing ceremony was presided over by FKF CEO Barry Otieno and graced by KEFWA President James Situma,FKF NEC members Michael Majua and Antony Makau,FKF chairman Nairobi East Amos Wakili and Other KEFWA Members.
Onyiso said former players have the skills and their own experiences and if they combine to nurture football talents and improve football in the country.
Former players have the skills and experiences to make a difference to the upcoming players. A good way of giving back to the community.
Capacity building of coaches and training is one of the key pillars of the KEFWA,in which coaches gain proper knowledge and skills which they transfer to the young players hence raising the standards of football in the country.
Onyiso thanked KEFWA for the opportunity given and urged other players to come on board and be part of the success and he looks forward to CAF C course ahead.