Coach Nam gets opportunity to study at Johan Cruyff Institute
Thursday, February 18th, 2021 10:55 | < 1 min read
Former Posta Rangers and Karuturi FC Coach Michael Ouma Nam will become the first African coach to attend a Master Class Coaching and Sport Management Course at the prestigious Johan Cruyff Institute in Netherlands from May after landing an invitation.
The ex-Kenyan under-17 assistant tactician who currently handles South Sudan top tier side Atlabara FC, holds an International UEFA B Diploma from Irish FA in Ireland.
He also has an International Diploma from the University of Sports in Hungary. The ex-Vipers FC and Talanta FC tactician has also attained FA Level Two and both CAF C/B licences.
Speaking to People Sport, Nam said: “Being offered such a rare chance to join Johan Cruyff Institute is a great inspiration to me in terms of acquiring deeper knowledge to transform the game and also giving opportunities to compete in the International sports arena.”
Altabara FC are the current league champions in South Sudan with the new season currently ongoing. Nam was appointed the Altabara Coach in mid-February 2020.