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24/07/2012: CoachFX forging ahead in Asia

AIFF logoCoachFX further reinforced its significant presence in Asian Football by accepting an invitation by the All India Football Federation to present at their first ever gathering of professional coaches in Mumbai last week.

The week long seminar had nearly 80 coaches from across India, gathered to share philosophies, coaching techniques and structures as well as innovation and technology in the fastest growing sport in India.

CoachFX were invited to demonstrate their world class expertise in developing digital solutions for football organisations as well as showcasing the recently launched 3D Cloud Based CoachFX 360 Software - a first in class software design platform for soccer.

A spokesperson for the AIFF thanked CoachFX saying that,
"It is the willingness of experts in their field like CoachFX that made this program effective and worthwhile for our coaches"

Raymond Farrelly, Owner and Founder of CoachFX said,
"Having just signed a 5 Year partnership with the Asian Football Confederation last month to build a world class e-learning platform for coaches and referees across Asia, its great to see further momentum develop in this region by our relationship with the AIFF. The expertise and enthusiasm on show at the seminar was first class and its clear to me that Indian Football will be a force to be reckoned with in years to come if this passion is realised in the development of the game. Clearly we are delighted to help support this and we hope our expertise can help drive development across all levels of football in India."

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