Sierra Leonean sports coaches; administrators and officials will on Wednesday February 1st 2016 commence a-three-day coaches’ education and physical training at both the Sports Ministry’s Conference room and the lawn tennis court in Freetown.
Per Jalloh, the aim of the teaching is to help produce and improve on all the different areas related towards sports and sporting disciplines in the country.
“This is for all sporting disciplines coaches, technical directors and officials this is to help identify and improve on the things that are missing in sports especially the fitness area which is a little bit poor,” Jalloh said.
A similar tutoring program has already been completed for lawn tennis coaches in the country and the highly physical former lawn tennis international is looking forward to build on this new training pathway.
“I already have setup a team with sports council to monitor the disciplines on whatever will be learnt during the three days even in my absence we will be coordinating how best we can get feedback from both ends,” he said.