The head coach of Plateau Peacocks Handball Club, Yusuf Abdulkadir undergoes International Handball Federation (IHF) B License coaching course in Tunis, Tunisia.
Abdulkadir told www.aclsports.com that he is looking forward to improving his coaching techniques to deliver quality and exciting handball at the elite level.
He said a new methodology of coaching in handball has been taught in the coaching course.
“Handball is changing, and I believe with this course, I will be able to improve on how I am going to coach the players to make sure at the elite level the fans are seeing good handball,” he said.
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“If you look at the Ardova and the National Division 1 leagues, you will discover we have players scattered across the country. Coaches need to equip themselves with updated handball technicalities and that is why I have decided to attend and upgrade my coaching knowledge.
“There are changes to methods, tactics, and techniques almost every day, and coaches must be aware of these changes and be able to implement them to make our teams and clubs better, and able to compete favourably internationally”.
The national coach revealed that the coaches who do not possess at least an IHF B License will be stopped from sitting with the team at international championships.