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Banyana stars Van Wyk and Ellis turn to coaching
- Updated: October 23, 2013
Current Banyana Banyana captain Janine van Wyk and former skipper Desiree Ellis are among the stars who have signed up for the SAFA Level 1 Coaching Course for Women that will be held at SAFA House from 1-10 November (first phase) and 3-12 December (second phase).
ÔÇ£Having high-calibre national team players and former national team player on the course bodes well for the development of women coaches for SAFA,ÔÇØ said SAFA Acting Technical Director Fran Hilton-Smith.
“It is a priority of the SAFA Development Plan to produce more women coaches.
Any woman who has a SAFA Introductory Coaching Licence or was a national team player with five caps or more can enrol. The minimal cost of R1000 will cover all accommodation and meals for the 20 days.