BAHRAIN national football team coach Gabriel Calderon held a private meeting with national clubs coaches to exchange ideas and information about the players at their respective clubs.
The meeting, which took place at Bahrain Football Association premises in Riffa, was attended by coaches of eight clubs from the first and second divisions.
Calderon, who was appointed last month to take over the team from English coach Peter Taylor, thanked the coaches for accepting his invitation to attend this first-of-its-kind gathering.
The former Argentine international thanked the coaches for their co-operation which can help in strengthening the national team ahead of two important tournaments coming up.
Bahrain will first travel to Kuwait for the West Asian Championship from December 8 to 20. They then host the 21st Gulf Cup from January 5 to 18 next year.
The Bahrain coach promised to make field visits to all national clubs to keep himself informed on the latest developments in Bahrain football.
On their part, the coaches expressed appreciation for this initiative and commitment, stressing that such events would promote the spirit of co-operation.
Calderon's assistant coach Mohammed Al Shamlan and technical affairs supervisor Abid Al Ansari also attended the meeting.
Coaches who attended the meeting included Brazilian Badou Ferreira of Bahrain Club, Tunisia's Samir Shammam of Muharraq, Abdullah Fahad Al Dossary of Riffa, Mohammed Al Muqla of Al Hidd, Mohammed Zuwaid of Al Hala, Al Shabab's Salman Ibrahim and Iraqi Hussein Shaker and Isa Town's Bahraini tactician Khalil Shuwaier.