Continued growth for CP Football in Argentina
2015-08-02

Continued growth for CP Football in Argentina

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The intention of the national coach Osvaldo Hernandez, who will soon be out on the journey with the national CP Football team for the Parapan American Games in Toronto, Canada:

"The important thing is that there are thousands of kids playing football with this disability. No matter what level they are, that does not interest us here. Yes recreation and integration through sport. We want to give the possibility to all children in the country. "

 

Training for physical education teachers in the area of ​​disability

The day began on Friday with a lecture for the development of CP Football by Osvaldo Hernandez, the coach of the Argentinian team to physical education teachers and education professionals, football coaches working in the area of health. With the participation of 60 people, the workshop consisted of two parts, the theoretical morning and afternoon practical.

Professor Paul Toranzo, dedicated to the area of ​​disability said of the meeting:

"It is very significant for people with cerebral palsy and for us teachers to begin to spread and promote it in the province."

 

Second training session of the Argentina U16 CP National Team

On a sunny afternoon in one of the soccer fields 7 players of the national selective Tigers, the first of its formation in our country from the sport inclusion of children with cerebral palsy.

"The aim at this stage is the recreation and inclusion. Here we have children between 14-16 years who gradually taught him the game itself and then develop medium and high performance." added the coach.

 

Football match with six teams

On a sunny afternoon in one of the soccer fields 7 players of the national selective Tigers, a football match was organized in Northeast area with the participation of six teams from Corrientes, Chaco and Formosa.

 

"Here we have children between 14-16 years who we are gradually teaching the game itself, and then develop medium and high performance. Training in our country is not bad, but not great, we need to do more" said Hernandez who in 2005 took on the CP Football.

 

Meanwhile, professor and director of CEF No. 18 Marcos Arce, said:

"They had a lot of anxiety, even one of them did promise that he would raise their grades in school and get a chance to reach the national youth selective"