Ghana’s Black Stars team manager, Ameenu Shardow, is currently in Japan to attend the FIFA Diploma in Club Management course. Shardow began the course in December 2022, during the FIFA World Cup held in Qatar.
The FIFA Diploma in Club Management is a highly prestigious program that provides participants with the necessary knowledge and skills to manage football clubs at the highest level. The course covers various aspects of club management, including finance, marketing, human resources, and organizational management.
For Shardow, attending this course is a great opportunity to enhance his skills and expertise in football club management. As the team manager of Ghana’s national football team, he plays a crucial role in ensuring the team’s success on and off the field.
The FIFA Diploma in Club Management is a rigorous program that requires participants to complete several modules and assignments. However, the knowledge and skills gained from the program will undoubtedly prepare Shardow for the challenges ahead.
Shardow’s attendance at the course during the FIFA World Cup is a testament to his commitment to enhancing his knowledge and skills in football management. The FIFA World Cup is the biggest sporting event in the world, and Shardow’s dedication to attending the course shows his passion for the game and his desire to contribute to the development of Ghana football.
Ameenu Shardow’s attendance at the FIFA Diploma in Club Management course in Japan is a great opportunity for him to enhance his knowledge and skills in football club management. We wish him all the best in his endeavors and hope that he will use the knowledge gained from the program to develop Ghana football.