RFU head announces research work to motivate coaches
MOSCOW, December 23 – RIA Novosti, Vasily Bogdanov. RFU President Alexander Dyukov said that the Russian Football Union (RFU), which is studying the reform of compensation payments to schools and coaches that train players, is conducting research studies that will motivate experts to improve the individual qualities of athletes.
On Friday, the RFU’s executive board supported a proposal to reform compensation payments to schools and coaches who train players. Special arrangements will be adopted at the next meeting of the executive committee.
“Another motivation is monetary. If a coach receives bonuses based on the athletes he trains for the major leagues, his motivation will change. We have considered various options to increase these payouts, including training coaches,” Dyukov said.
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