The Kalusha Bwalya Foundation Trust ( KBFT) says it is determined to improve soccer in the country through training.
KBFT President Kalusha Bwalya said this is because education is not a privilege but a right that has to be respected.
He was speaking at the end of five day training workshop of Zambia Police football coaches at Lilayi Police College today.
The workshop was done in cooperation with the Royal Netherlands Football Association (KNDB).
Bwalya said his organisation together with the Football Association of Zambia was determined to continue providing training to Zambian coaches and their players.
The course’s objective was aimed at developing and equipping coaches with training skills in soccer. 29 Zambia Police coaches participated
Kalusha reminded participants to utilise the skills attained saying it was a journey they have chosen to improve soccer standards in their clubs.
” It is a journey you have chosen so be determined. A number of people would expect positive results but be determined to improve soccer in the long run, ” he said.
Speaking earlier, Zambia Police Investigator General Ephraim Mateyo thanked the Trust for choosing to train ZP coaches.
In a speech read on his behalf by Lilayi Officer In Command Dr Solomon Jere, Mr Mateyo said while the general public had the wrong notion about the Zambia Police, it was heartening to not that the Trust had opted to train various Police coaches.
The I.G urged the coaches to utilise the skills attained to improve soccer in the Service saying one of ZP’s major teams, NkwaziÂ Football Club, should go back to the KCM/FAZ premier league next season.
And the Schools Commanding Officer Eugene Sibote thanked the , KBFT for choosing to hold the training at his institute.
Commander Sibote said his institute expects nothing but positive results among various ZP football clubs in the country.