4 November, 2012

The first of the series of the Fellowship Program ended today at the Kasalgu Academy Complex. The three day event had in attendance players mainly drawn from the division one and division two clubs in the Northern region. The program got underway on Friday with a workshop on players personal values, attitudes and perceptions. The players also discussed topics on communication skills among their peers.

The Fellowship Program is being organised by Tamale Utrecht Football Academy and AfriLEAD, a non-governmental organisation. The workshop was in-depth on player decision making and problem solving skills.

Three players of Tamale Utrecht Football Academy namely Issahaku A. Kadiri, Adam Abdul Basit and Mubarik Jebdon were among 20 players from various clubs in the region taking part in the program.

The second session of the Life Skills program will be announced later.