The 10 finalists from the 201 2019 (21 June to 19 July) finals in Egypt are led by local technicians, and have 10 suitable candidates for Africa.
Of these ten elections, the previous issue of the CAN has already been divided into three, namely Aliou Cissé (Senegal), Baciro Candé (Guinea Bissau) and Florent Ibenge (DR Congo).
In terms of Zimbabwe after being managed by Kalisto Pasuwa local, the Federation has trusted the national team with another Sunday Chidzambwa technician from July 2017.
In 2017, the Warriors split same as the Senegal Lions and were finally defeated after two defensive defenses against Senegal and Tunisia and against Algeria.
For the four present technicians of Senegal, Guinea Bissau, DR Congo and Zimbabwe election banks we are able to add Kwesi Appiah (2010-2011 then 2012-2014).
The final category, after managing the Black Stars for years, was repaired and replaced by Grant Avram Israel before being re-appointed from April 2017. t
The six coaches are Ibrahima Kamara, Côte's former coach Ivoire, Djamel Belmadi, former Algerian Mohamed Magassouba, who combines his careers as a national technical director and a former US co-ordinator. the Mali national coach since he was rejected by the French theologian. Alain Giresse.
Olivier Niyungeko from Burundi who qualified for the first time in the CAN finals and Nigmanuel Amunike, an African African champion with his country before sending Tanzania to CAN 2019, 39 years later. participating in this country.
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