By the Eurohoops team/ [email protected]
The head coaches of the teams directly qualified for the 2022-23 Basketball Champions League regular season shaped the annual head coaches workshop held in Frankfurt on Wednesday. The Connected Arbitration Clinic was also hosted in the German city.
According to the press release: “The Basketball Champions League held its annual head coaches meeting and officiating clinic on Wednesday in Frankfurt, Germany.
The workshop brought together the head coaches of the teams that qualified directly for the regular season and the referees of the Basketball Champions League. The meeting covered a wide range of topics including officiating issues, game protocols and developments in the way the game works. It served to create a forum where opinions can be discussed, experiences shared, feedback and the suggestions received.
“The Basketball Champions League is a competition organized by and for the clubs, and our constant objective is to serve them at the highest level. I am therefore delighted to welcome our head coaches and referees to Frankfurt. This workshop is critical to ensuring consistent delivery to all Basketball Champions League matches. It is also an opportunity to discuss and listen to the opinion of the coaches, which will certainly help us to further develop our competition. said Basketball Champions League CEO Patrick Comninos.
BCL meeting inicio temporada. Todos los entrenadores y árbitros juntos. Mesa redonda sobre relations y behaviors arbitro/trainer. Fantástica iniciativa que humaniza y ayuda a empatizar en all direcciones. 👏👏👏
— Pedro Martinez (@pedroma2014) August 17, 2022
“It’s a unique opportunity to be together and to build human relationships not only between the referees but also with the coaches. As we come from different countries, this workshop is important to build a solid foundation” said French Basketball Champions League referee Yohan Rosso.
The seventh season of the Basketball Champions League kicks off with the regular season beginning October 3, 2022. Qualifying tournaments will take place September 21-25, 2022 in four locations: Skopje (MKD), Malaga (ESP), Lisbon (POR) and Belgrade (SRB).
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