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Goalkeepers to get German training

By Vision Reporter

Added 28th May 2001 03:00 AM

FUFA has finalised arrangements for the first ever goalkeepers course by a German expert Thomas Roy next week.

By Peter Ekarot FUFA has finalised arrangements for the first ever goalkeepers course by a German expert Thomas Roy next week. Expected to attend are goalkeepers and their trainers from super division clubs, women's teams and all 13 FUFA zones. The course will take place at National Council of Sports headquarters, Lugogo. The course has been divided into two with the first phase to run from June 4-8 and second June 11-15. National soccer technical director Geunter Zittel who is coordinator together with Tom Lwanga and Asumani Lubowa in the the course that is supported by Meridian Project and German Development and Technical Cooperation (GTZ). r Morocco's Raja Casablanca, three times champions, were knocked out of the African Champions League on Sunday. Raja beat TP Mazembe Englebert of the DRC 2-1 in their second round second leg match in Casablanca but were eliminated 2-3 on aggregate. ASEC Abidjan, 1998 winners, needed a penalty shoot-out(5-4) to book their place in the last eight at the expense of Diaraf Dakar of Senegal. Ends

Goalkeepers to get German training

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