Tuesday, July 16, 2024

Janza visits Zambian coaches in Dar as Machi, Dan Kabwe enlist

Former Zambia national team head coach Honor Janza took time off his busy schedule to visit five Zambian coaches who are currently attending a CAF A coaching course in Dar es Salaam.

Janza currently works in Tanzania as the head coach of NBC Tanzania Premier League side, Namungo.

The Namungo boss who is a holder of a UEFA B and CAF A coaching licence and is also an elite CAF instructor took time off his schedule to catch up with his Zambian counterparts.

Red Arrows’ Chisi Mbewe and Alex Namazaba of Green Eagles are in Tanzania for their final module of the CAF A.

Power Dynamos’ Mwenya Chipepo is in Dar es Salaam for ten days as he upgrades from CAF B to A.

Former Lusaka Dynamos interim boss Manchi Janza and Malawi based Dan Kabwe are also in Tanzania for their CAF badges.

From Left to right: Manchi Janza, Alex Namazaba, Dan Kabwe, Mwenya Chipepo, and Chisi Mbewe

Last year in August Kabwe’s Silver Bullets withdrew from the 2021/2022 CAF Confederation Cup because Kabwe holds a CAF B and UEFA B license hence did not qualify to sit on the bench.

CAF raised its standards for a coach to be admitted to the club’s bench as head coach, For the 2020/2021 CAF Interclub season, all clubs had to ensure that their head coach complied with these licensing requirements.

Through the implementation of the CAF Club Licensing system, all head coaches of clubs engaged in the 2020/2021 edition of Total CAF Champions League Total CAF Confederation Cup must have the “CAF A” coaching license.

In addition to the “CAF A” license, coaches holding a “PRO license” from a valid sister confederation are also eligible to take part in CAF club competitions. To be able to coach at a certain level in Africa now, it will therefore be necessary to enroll in a licensing course and obtain a diploma.

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