The DTN begins in Casablanca a technical support action for clubs and leagues

The National Technical Directorate (DTN) of the Royal Moroccan Football Federation (FRMF) began, on Tuesday in Casablanca, a technical and educational support action for clubs and regional leagues.

This initiative, which begins at the level of the Grand Casablanca League from January 24 to 26, aims to offer leagues and clubs technical support in order to promote and develop national football, by highlighting the major lines of action of the DTN.

According to the National Technical Director of Morocco, Chris Van Puyvelde, it is above all a work of support and accompaniment.

“We want to show that we are here to help. We want to share our philosophy and discuss with the technical staff of the clubs to see how they think and how we can help them.said Van Puyvelde.

“We want as DTN to work in the clubs, in the regions and in the leagues, because we want to integrate them into the development of football in Morocco”, affirmed the Belgian.

For his part, Fathi Jamal, head of training at the DTN, stressed that this initiative aims to help clubs through support work.

“In a first phase, we will establish the basics and the constants then adapt the technical policy of the DTN according to the specificities of the style of play of each club. In a second phase, two national coaches will be appointed in each league to monitor the project throughout the season.he explained in a similar statement.

“Then there will be a tour of the performance cell including specialists in medicine, physical preparation and video analysis, who will help and accompany the clubs with the aim of developing the game and the working methodology. within clubs »he said.

The president of the Greater Casablanca league, Mohamed Joudar indicated, for his part, that the objective is to bring the working method closer between the DTN and the beneficiary clubs, stressing that Morocco has qualified and high-level executives.

In its Casablanca stopover, this tour will benefit the technical executives of Raja and Wydad Casablanca, Chabab Mohammedia and Racing Athletic Club.

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