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ISL Grassroots Technical Director Piet Hubers lauds Delhi Dynamos Youth Football Programme

ISL Grassroots Technical Director Piet Hubers lauds Delhi Dynamos Youth Football Programme

India Blooms News Service | | 20 Jun 2016, 12:40 pm
New Delhi, Jun 20 (IBNS): On his maiden visit to a Delhi Dynamos Youth Football camp, ISL Grassroots Technical Director Piet Hubers was all praises for DDFC's extensive youth football programme.

Hubers was in Delhi for 2 days to exclusively interact with budding footballers being coached by DDFC's team of grassroots coaches. DDFC's grassroots programme was adjudged one of the best during last season of the Indian Super League, and this season has followed the same pattern.

Earlier on Monday, Hubers visited the New Willingdon Camp, one of the four being run across the city through the summer by Delhi Dynamos FC. He interacted with 55 children between the ages of six and 17, keenly watched them train, and imparted valuable advice.

Hubers was invited by DDFC to be a special guest on the occasion of the concluding day of the DDFC youth football camp at New Willingdon.  

He said, "I always like when kids are playing football, guided by good coaches... I saw some really good players- they are having fun (and) that's the most important thing! It's very good that Delhi Dynamos FC is offering them this."

He concluded his visit by handing out certificates of appreciation to all the children and awarding the 3 best footballers in the camp.

Lauding the coaches, he said, "I like the way (DDFC coaches) coach... I like coaches who are quiet- not shouting but just analyzing and helping the kids become a better player", he told us on the sidelines.