Thane City FC’s Technical Director, Agnelo Ferenades, has recently embarked on a new journey as a coach educator with the All India Football Federation (AIFF). He will be conducting AIFF D Certificate courses soon, providing aspiring coaches with the necessary training and knowledge to develop their coaching skills.
Agnelo, who has a wealth of experience as a coach and technical director, is excited to take on this new role. “I am delighted to have the opportunity to work with the AIFF and contribute to the development of coaches in India. Coaching is a critical aspect of football, and I am eager to share my knowledge and experience with the next generation of coaches.”
Thane City FC’s CEO, Prashant J Singh, expressed his pride in Agnelo’s new role as a coach educator and his recent assist in a course in Surat, Gujarat. “We are thrilled that Agnelo has taken up Coach Education with the AIFF. It reflects his passion for the game and his commitment to developing football. We are proud of his recent contribution to a course in Surat, Gujarat, and we are confident that he will be an excellent coach educator, inspiring and guiding aspiring coaches.”
Thane City FC has been actively involved in developing football in and around Thane, and they will be mentoring a few more senior coaches within the club to take up coach education. This approach will not only help in the development of the club but will also aid in the development of football in the country.
As a coach educator, Agnelo will be responsible for conducting AIFF D Certificate courses, providing aspiring coaches with the necessary knowledge and training to develop their coaching skills. He will be a mentor and guide for the next generation of coaches, helping to develop their expertise and build their careers in football.
In conclusion, Agnelo Ferenades’s new role as a coach educator with the AIFF is a significant achievement and a testament to his passion and commitment to football development in India. Thane City FC is proud to have him as a part of their team and wishes him all the best in his new role.