The players in the lecture room.
Orientation for players and coaches
Posted on: Mon Feb 13, 2017 - Report by Jerome Otchere
To equip them with requisite knowledge on how to manage their lives at Kotoko and their professional careers in general, Management over the weekend organised an educative and informative lecture on a wide-range of issues for the players and technical team.
A Confederation of African Football (CAF) Instructor, Joseph Ayita Mensah and Referee Eric Owusu Mensah took the players through Laws of the Game. Sports Psychologist, Adams Kaleb thoroughly spent time with the players – answering varied questions on their mental attitude and preparation for matches.
He also psyched them up – teaching them what to do in some real life situations that they usually come across in their professional life. Sports Administrator and Journalist, Barima Boadaa Otuo Acheampong (Sometimer of Sikka FM) educated the players on their relations with the media. Head of the Medical Team, Dr. Michael Leat spoke at length on health issues.
The players as well had a lecture on their contractual obligations and expectations. They listened to the lectures with rapt attention, asking relevant questions and describing the various sessions as eye-opening. Management plans to organise more of such programmes.
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