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KOOH Sports launches football development centres

Appoints ex-English footballer Paul Masefield as technical director

M Saraswathy  |  Mumbai 

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Sports training and education firm has launched KOOH Sports Development Centres. For deployment of football programmes across the country, ex-English Footballer has been appointed as its Technical Director.

Masefield will be assisting KOOH Sports football experts in deployment of the football program across the country.
 
"Football is a way of life; it connects people like no other sport. I can see such tremendous potential in this country. It would have been unjust for the kids to not have a fair chance at receiving such training that can sculpt them into professional players fit for the international arena. There is a huge disconnect in the sports ethos and the KOOH Centres is the step in the right direction," said Masefield.

These centres would be targeting students from an age group of 6-17 years. Prabhu Srinivasan, CEO, KOOH Sports added that these centres would be working towards churning out international level footballers from our country.

KOOH Sports launches football development centres

Appoints ex-English footballer Paul Masefield as technical director

Sports training and education firm KOOH Sports has launched KOOH Sports Football Development Centres Sports training and education firm has launched KOOH Sports Development Centres. For deployment of football programmes across the country, ex-English Footballer has been appointed as its Technical Director.

Masefield will be assisting KOOH Sports football experts in deployment of the football program across the country.
 
"Football is a way of life; it connects people like no other sport. I can see such tremendous potential in this country. It would have been unjust for the kids to not have a fair chance at receiving such training that can sculpt them into professional players fit for the international arena. There is a huge disconnect in the sports ethos and the KOOH Centres is the step in the right direction," said Masefield.

These centres would be targeting students from an age group of 6-17 years. Prabhu Srinivasan, CEO, KOOH Sports added that these centres would be working towards churning out international level footballers from our country.
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