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AIFF inspects Goan clubs for I League

 

National team coach Wim Koevermans along with All India Football Federation (AIFF) officials inspected the Goan clubs participating in the I-League, under the guidelines of the Indian club licencing criteria.

It is now mandatory that any club aspiring to participate in the I-League from 2013 onwards must comply with certain criteria as laid down by Asian Football Confederation (AFC) and the international body (FIFA). 

The two-day visit by the AIFF team was to encourage clubs - Dempo Sports Club, Sporting Clube de Goa, Churchill Brothers and Salgaocar FC - to follow professional guidelines. 

Armando Colaco, Dempo's general secretary, presided over the meeting and welcomed the guests. 

Inspections began with tour of the overall infrastructure, and checking that the players and their training facilities are in order. 

The team also perused over junior players' nutrition and training schedule. 

This was followed by a meeting with the junior team coaches where they were given tips by Koevermans. 

After a thorough look at the training facilities at Sangolda yesterday, the inspection team reviewed facilities at the club advising on maintaining records as per FIFA guidelines. 

Later, the AIFF officials interacted with their counterparts at Dempo and offered specific suggestions tailored to support the club and help them meet the criteria.






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