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PVFA is Heading The Right Direction; Maltock

The statement was made yesterday inside Chantillys On The Bay Hotel in Port Vila where a first ever Team managers Workshop was organised by PVFA.
“Strengthening the administration is Vanuatu Football Federation’s priority for this year 2013 and to be seen to every member association in Vanuatu. I am so grateful that PVFA,
the biggest association has taken the first initiative to organise this course today to strengthen it’s administration and I salute PFVA for taking the right direction and vision for this year 2013.” Praised Mr Maltock.
Mr Maltock presented a session on two new pathways of how a player can achieve his dream to play overseas.
“In the past we do not have a proper pathway that can help our young players to reach their dreams to go and play overseas. Today with Oceania Football Confederation (OFC) newest pathway, our academy can send its outstanding young players to New Zealand academy and even further to trial in top clubs in Europe if they perform really well there.”
“Next pathway is Vanuatu Football Federation (VFF) will have it’s first ever four Football Centre Of Excellence in Port Vila. VFF executive have approved four coaches within its office to oversee this program with the young players and today PVFA is the first to benefit in this program.”
“The children to be selected in this program will become very good players in the near future and will end up playing in PVFA league. Then already we can foretell that the competition in Port Vila association will become more professional.” Maltock said.
A similar workshop will be conducted in Santo next Wednesday to help Luganville Football Association (LFA) and Sanma Football Association (SFA) administration.
The President Lambert Maltock will lead a delegation of five football administrators working for VFF to go down to Santo to help run this course.

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