African coaches lead all the home nations in Qatar for the first time

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The Citizen

For the first time, the African teams in the World Cup will be handled by local coaches – all former national team players. Aliou Cisse, the man in charge of Africa Cup of Nations champions Senegal, leads four other coaches to football’s grandest stage, seeking to go past the quarter-final stage for the first time since doing so in the 2002 tournament hosted by South Korea and Japan. The other African coaches taking their home nations to the World Cup are Jalel Kadri (Tunisia), Walid Regragui (Morocco), Rigobert Song (Cameroon) and Otto Addo (Ghana).Ghana, Senegal and Cameroon are the only Afr…

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