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LeFA coach facilitator Lehlohonolo Thotanyane


Sept. 26, 2020 1 min read

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LEFA’s facilitator coach Lehlohonolo Thotanyane has shown full satisfaction at the outcome of the four-day training course that was held for local coaches at the Bambatha Tšita Sports Arena this week.

According to Thotanyane, the workshop that ended on Thursday was aimed at revitalising Premier League and A Division coaches before the 2020/2021 football season commences.

The course content, he said entailed education on COVID-19, the realities and myths surrounding the pandemic, living and working under the pandemic and as well as means to manage it.

He said this was the first time that both coaches from different divisions attended the same course at the same time.


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“This is an advantage as the A Division is a feeder league to the Premier League and closing the gap between the two divisions will benefit local football in a meaningful way,” he said.
The 36 participants drawn from teams from across the country were also trained on issues such as playing in line, quick transitions or compacting spaces in preparation for the new season.

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