IPSO WITH FAM MALAYSIA
IPSO have been over to South East Asia to visit Malaysia and work alongside the Football Association of Malaysia known as FAM. IPSO delivered a 5 day education program covering 3 courses Level 1, Level 2 & Level 3. 40 Hours of education delivered to 30 coaches who were specialty selected to be scouts for the national teams. Here you have the vice president of the Football association of Malaysia Mr Mohammed Joehari bin Mohd Ayub closing the ceremony.
Closing of the Talent Search Course (Talent Identification) FAM 2023 Malaysian Football Association (FAM) together with International Professional Scouting Organisation (IPSO) celebrate the closing ceremony of the talent identification course at Hotel Armada, Petaling Jaya today. The five-day course that started on the 9th January was attended by 28 participants from every state in Malaysia where it was handled by IPSO Professional Talent Search & Performance Analyst Colin Chambers.
The closing ceremony of the course was completed by the Vice President of FAM who is also the Deputy Chairman of the Technical and Development Committee of FAM, Mohd Joehari Mohd Ayub this afternoon. Also present at the official ceremony were the Secretary General of FAM, Noor Azman Hj Rahman, FAM Technical Director, Scott O’Donell and the President of the Football Coaches Association of Malaysia, B Sathianathan. According to Mohd Joehari, FAM hopes that participants attending the course will be able to make the most of the opportunity to continue to forage new talents in local football. Obviously, he is optimistic that the participants of this talent search course have been able to understand the system besides learning to be among the important elements of national football throughout the program is implemented. “It is certain that FAM wishes to have talent scouts in every state where FAM always wants to develop and identify new talents hidden in the national football arena.
“Throughout this talent identification course, the rows of new scouts who attended the day had the opportunity to gain comprehensive exposure and knowledge about the duties of a ‘talent scout’. “What is for sure I believe all participants in this course have received progressive and proactive training and instruction where they have been exposed how to prepare more comprehensive and detailed reporting. “FAM is working to open up a new platform to the talent identification industry where this field is not the same as coaching and becomes something new for all of us. “Yet I am confident that the rise of football talent search in every state in the country will help FAM to continue to search for new soccer stars in order to achieve the long-term goals of the national football,” said Mohd Joeha.