Hyderabad FC conducted an online session for interaction with the club’s squad on the occasion of Youth Day on August 12 this year. The Indian Super League giants have been pioneers in the development of young players as many of them got called up to the national team.
The purpose of the event was to engage the young students and the coaches from the ‘Just for Kicks’ program started by Enabling Leadership NGO.
International Youth Day was celebrated in collaboration with Enabling Leadership NGO, which initiated the ‘Just for Kicks’ programme.
Hyderabad FC with a clear view about their youth development
The interactive session included some of the prominent faces in Indian football leading the panel. Additionally, new signing Aniket Jadhav, as well as Chinglensana Singh, were also interacting with the fans.
The panel included Mr Thangboi Singto (technical director of the youth of Hyderabad FC), Mr Rishi Nandwani (Program Lead for Just for Kicks), Mr Markus Pasdzior (Borussia Dortmund, Team Lead for International activities), Ms Aditi Chauhan (Founder of She Kicks as well as Indian women’s senior team goalkeeper) and Mr Siddharth Shanker (Lead, Reliance Foundation Sports).
Mr Singto is also now appointed as the assistant coach alongside head coach Manuel Roca. The latter did an exceptional job replacing Albert Roca, who is now the fitness coach of FC Barcelona.
The club is now indeed looking like its partner club (Borussia Dortmund) who is also one of the teams in Europe that also emphasize youth development.
The virtual event can be viewed on the link below:
After acquiring the services of Aniket Jadhav, Juanan, Bartholomew Ogbeche and Edu Garcia, the southern side would be keen on getting their hands laid on India’s biggest prize! Will the youngsters once again prove decisive in their quest for titles?
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