Bayern Munich train with Qatar women's national football team at Aspire
The German coach spoke to the Qatar players about the importance of psychological preparation for training sessions.
The Qatar women's football team trained with the Bayern Munich women's side players during the German side's winter camp in Doha. The training sessions were held at the Aspire outdoor stadiums, under the supervision of the Bavarian side's coaching staff.
Following in the footsteps of the Bayern Munich men's team, the women's camp is taking place under the auspices of the collaboration between the German side's coaching staff and Aspire.
Bayern Munich's incredible footballing experience
The goal of the Qatar committee for women's sport is to benefit to the very fullest extent from the incredible technical experience of the Bayern side, one of the best teams in women's football.
Loloa Hassan el Meri, the head of the Qatar Committee was present at the event alongside several representatives of the German side; several legendary Qatar ex-players were also on the guest list.
The German coach spoke to the players about the need for psychological preparation for training sessions, as well as the concentration required by all involved in order to be able to benefit from the coaches' instructions, in order to improve the players' abilities to the maximum extent - extremely important advice, particularly for players wishing to improve their skills.
Loloa praised the coaching sessions under the supervision of the German coaches: "It's a great opportunity for us while the Bavarian side are in Doha." The Qatari boss emphasised her desire that the Qatar players made the most of Bayern Munich's incredible footballing experience.
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