The soccer clinic attracted over 70 participants from Kenya, Malawi, Sierra Leone, Burkina Faso, Chad, Congo Brazzaville, DRC, Niger, Madagascar, Gabon, Seychelles and hosts Tanzania.
Coaches from Manchester United Soccer Schools facilitated the soccer clinic that was held at Azam Complex, Chamazi in Dar es Salaam.
The clinic offered the youngsters an opportunity to develop their raw skills under the Manchester United Soccer Schools curriculum which intends to produce well balanced soccer players who can play attractive attacking football.
The two coaches, Neil Scrott and Andrew Stokes, undertook a rigorous programme covering the technical, physical and behavioural aspects of soccer.
“The Manchester United Coaches in partnership with Airtel have done a great job in training the youngsters and I call on soccer federations and clubs in the respective countries represented to give these young ones an opportunity in their clubs,” said Airtel Tanzania Marketing Director Levi Nyakundi.