Dominica: Coach Albert Titre evaluates Women’s Football in Dominica region

Dominica: The DA Sports Vybez organization has shared an update from Coach Albert Wang Titre regarding the current situation and plans for Women's Football in Dominica and the coaching and support staff's role in their endeavour.

Dominica: Coach Albert Titre evaluates Women's Football in Dominica region (image credits Facebook)
Dominica: Coach Albert Titre evaluates Women's Football in Dominica region (image credits Facebook)

Dominica: The DA Sports Vybez organization has shared an update from Coach Albert Wang Titre regarding the current situation and plans for Women’s Football in Dominica and the coaching and support staff’s role in their endeavour.

The DA Sports Vybez is an organization that promotes sports and games in Dominica at a higher level and pushes potential sports persons forward in their respective games. 

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As per the reports, DA Sports conveyed that Women’s Football in Dominica, in the current scenario, is not fully dependent on the Dominica Football Association but through a significant contribution by the group of top coaches and management bodies of the Football Faculty.  

Furthermore, the management of DA Sports also pointed out that praising people for their good work and sheer dedication towards their job is of great significance as it will only encourage them to work harder than ever and make a mark for themselves. Coach Titre said that “It’s imperative to praise people”.

In addition, coach Albert Wang Titre also took it to confirm that he is one of those who believe that management bodies should be able to honour people for their better work ethics. He also said that one should also be able to pass constructive criticism to the athletes so they could work on their game and enhance it for better results.

Moreover, through DA Sports, Titre pointed out that the Goodwill Runners Team is one of the biggest let down in the current scenario in Dominican Sports. 

At the same time, Goodwill has also won more than 15 (fifteen) championships by complete domination in Dominican football. He said that by now, Goodwill should have become the biggest name in the football association while having the biggest women’s football academy in the entire region.

Additionally, DA Sports also mentioned that the goodwill runners had dominated the national teams throughout the time, and the players were on top of their game with a high percentage success ratio. Titre stated, “A community that dominates a sport that was developing, they had to help build the foundation for the future”.

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Overall, Titre said, “I commend the DFA (Dominican Football Association) on the growing women’s football program”. More ladies are coming on board, and teams are forming in the different communities.”

As per the sources, Coach Albert also pointed out, “The senior players must branch and challenge themselves to enhance their capabilities in their respective fields of sports. Our national women’s team could have achieved more success, but the majority of players who made up the national team are on one team; what kind of challenges they can get.”

“Harlem started with three players who knew the game Alijah, Naima and Keanna. All the other players were built around them, and they blossomed, and some even made it to the national teams”. Said Titre. After which, the other players came in now and then.

Towards the end, Titre also said that Players and coaches need to challenge themselves, and when that happens, our national team will improve to its best. He added that the ladies are hungry to play for their team and fellow teammates.

The DFA must also have a proper schedule plan for women’s football. It only takes a little to have competitions. Harlem/NJFA and 767 Sports club always planned activities for the ladies. Titre explained, “The Dominican Football Association also need to find ways to market the players. They need to get to US Colleges and play with other Athletes from all over the world to improve their standards. He concluded that by saying, “We can rise.”

 

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