Former Inter Milan and Monaco striker Mohamed Kallon have completed his UEFA Pro Licence at the Museo del Calcio in Florentina, Italy on Tuesday.
The former Sierra Leone soccer idol was among the newly qualified coaches trained by Federation Italian Giuoco Calci, FIGC.
A UEFA Pro Licence is mandatory qualification for all first team managers who want to work in top-tier of world football dugouts.
 
Kallon, who completed his Uefa A in 2018 was alongside Juventus manager Andrea Pirlo named in a comprehensive list of coaches that have completed the Pro master training course at the Italian Football Museum at the Museo del Calcio in Florentina.
 
The FC Kallon owner has added to his huge list of coaching badges, CAF B, US Soccer Federation B, US Soccer Federation A, UEFA B, UEFA A, and Sports Administration 2020.
 
During the final exam, all qualified coaches took oral exams for the individual subjects on football technique and tactics, communication, psychology, medicine and training methodology before discussing their thesis in front of the director of the Coaching School, Renzo Ulivieri.
 
The Full List of qualified coaches published by FIGC below:
 
Mauro Antonioli, Sergio Arnosti, Francesco Baldini, Paolo Bianco, Emiliano Bigica, Daniele Bonera, Fabio Caserta, Marco Cassetti, Cristian Eugen Chivu, Mirko Conte, Matteo Contini, Morgan De Sanctis *, Gaetano Fontana, Nazzarena Grilli, Vincenzo Italiano, Ivan Javorcic, Mohamed Kallon, Stefano Lucchini, Alessandro Lupi, Paolo Montero, Thiago Motta, Roberto Muzzi *, Angelo Palombo, Patrizia Panico *, Andrea Pirlo, Daniele Russo *, Manuela Tesse, Luca Toni and Emanuele Troise.

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