Talent is relegated to one off annual tournaments that double up as an avenue of tapping talent. Nothing could be further from the truth, talent ought to be supervised and developed. The average Kenyan footballer often has footballing experience when they get to high school where there are friendlies and cut throat inter-schools competition. Even at this stage, they are handicapped by lack of proper coaching stuff; the teachers double up as coaches. Granted the workload of imparting knowledge and coaching, the end result is individual brilliance supersedes player development.
Clinics and training workshops for grassroots coaches are key in improving the standards of football. True sports has engaged German-based UEFA A licensed coach Arthur Apiyo.The experience of coaching in a football giant country would come in handy in teaching, the coaches who handle youth teams.
We have partnered with Ubunifu School (https://ubunifuschool.com/) to help teach kids coding
Turnpro Africa is proud to announce the first edition of the #Kenia Sampdoria Camp at Kisumu Moi Sadium to be held on the 15th of April till the 24th of April )
What’s Included -10 days training (6 hours in two session every day) with Sampdoria Coaches for 7 to 16-year-old girls and boys
-Opening and closing ceremonies
-Sampdoria diploma upon completion of program
-Best Players of the week
100% U.C. Sampdoria
Original training session from Youth Sampdoria Academy
Participants will receive a official U.C. Sampdoria Kit
1 Joma training kits (shirts, shorts, socks)
1 x Joma soccer ball
The best two players from each camp will participate at Sampdoria Experience: a week of training with Sampdoria youth in Genoa (Italy)