Blackburn Rovers defender Ryan Nyambe has confirmed that he will host a coaching clinic in his home country of Namibia from 15 May as he embarks upon establishing a Football Academy.
Nyambe is setting in motion his dream of ploughing back as the defender will be organising football coaching clinics at the Namibia Football Association (NFA) Technical Centre in mid-May.
“The idea came to me as soon as I was drafted into the national team and saw the talent that is around,” said Nyambe, who plays in the English Championship.
“With proper coaching and set up these guys too can play in English and other major countries and for me it’s about doing my part to push that dream forward.”
The Ryan Nyambe Soccer School will be for boys and girls as young as six and old as 15 years.
Nyambe will be joined by his former Brave Warriors coach Collin Benjamin and former teammate and captain Ronald Ketjijere for the coaching clinics.
“It’s really massive for me to have these guys around with me. Their pedigree says it all and together we can do better by combining our knowledge,” added Nyambe.
“Our country needs us and whatever small we do will go long away in giving these youngsters a dream and motivation to go further.”
The program is as follows:
●Saturday 15th May – 12 pm session duration 1 hour 30 mins (Ages 6-8). 2 pm session duration 1 hour 30 mins (Ages 9-1
●Tuesday 18th May – 12 pm session duration 2 hours (Ages 13-15)
●Saturday 22nd May – 12 pm session duration 1 hour 30 mins (Ages 6-8). 2 pm session duration 1 hour 30 mins (Ages 9-12)
●Tuesday 25th May – 12 pm session duration 2 hours (Ages 13-15).
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By FARPost Reporter