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African National Football Team Coaches

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African National Football Team Coaches

I have attempted to name all the coaches that are currently managing the national male football teams in the 54 countries in Africa. In the list, I placed the nationality of each manager beside their names as well as the year they were appointed as coaches to the various nations.

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List Of All African National Football Team Managers For 2022

Algeria: Djamel Belmadi (Algeria); 2 August 2018   

Angola: Pedro Gonçalves (Portugal); 2 September 2019    

Benin: Michel Dussuyer (France); 26 June 2018      

Botswana: Adel Amrouche (Algeria); 27 August 2019        

Burkina Faso: Kamou Malo (Burkina Faso); 24 July 2019   

Burundi: Jimmy Ndayizeye (Burundi); 1 August 2020                     

Cameroon: Rigobert Song (Cameroon); 28 February 2022             

Cape Verde: Bubista (Cape Verde); 28 January 2020         

Chad: Djimtan Yatamadji (Chad); 30 October 2020

Comoros: Amir Abdou (France); 13 January 2014   

Congo: Paul Put (Belgium); 27 May 2021    

DR Congo: Héctor Cúper (Argentina); 14 May 2021           

Ivory Coast: Patrice Beaumelle (France); 4 March 2020    

Djibouti: Julien Mette (France); 19 March 2019                 

Egypt: Carlos Queiroz (Portugal); 9 September 2021         

Equatorial Guinea: Juan Micha (Equatorial Guinea); 24 March 2021                   

Eritrea: Alemseged Efrem (Eritrea); 26 January 2015                    

Eswatini: Dominic Kunene (Eswatini); 19 January 2020      

Ethiopia: Wubetu Abate (Ethiopia); 20 July 2018    

Gabon: Patrice Neveu (France); 19 May 2019        

Gambia: Tom Saintfiet (Belgium); 18 July 2018      

Ghana: Otto Addo (Ghana); 9 February 2022                      

Guinea: Didier Six (France); 13 September 2019    

Guinea-Bissau: Baciro Candé (Guinea-Bissau); 16 March 2016     

Kenya: Jacob Mulee (Kenya); 22 October 2020       

Lesotho: Thabo Senong (South Africa); 28 August 2019      

Liberia: Peter Butler (England); 21 August 2019     

Libya: Javier Clemente (Spain); 5 June 2021           

Madagascar: Nicolas Dupuis (France); 23 March 2016       

Malawi: Meke Mwase (Malawi); 16 June 2019       

Mali: Mohamed Magassouba (Mali); 8 September 2017    

Mauritania: Corentin Martins (France); 8 October 2014    

Mauritius: Boualem Mankour (France); 27 February 2020

Mayotte: Massoundi Abidi (Mayotte)                                 

Morocco: Vahid Halilhodžić (Bosnia and Herzegovina); 19 August 2019   

Mozambique: Luís Gonçalves (Portugal); 18 August 2019  

Namibia: Bobby Samaria (Namibia); 15 July 2019  

Niger: Jean-Michel Cavalli (France); 12 November 2019                

Nigeria: José Peseiro (Portugal); 29 December 2021          

Réunion: Jean-Pierre Bade (France); 2009              

Rwanda: Vincent Mashami (Rwanda); 18 August 2018      

São Tomé and Príncipe: Adriano Eusébio (São Tomé and Príncipe); 11 November 2019 

Senegal: Aliou Cissé (Senegal); 4 March 2015        

Seychelles: Ralph Jean-Louis (Seychelles); 1 January 2020             

Sierra Leone: John Keister (Sierra Leone); 10 August 2020

Somalia: Said Abdi Haibeh (Somalia); 1 December 2019                

South Africa: Hugo Broos (Belgium); 5 May 2021  

South Sudan: Cyprian Besong Ashu (Germany); 2 July 2019          

Sudan: Hubert Velud (France); 28 January 2020     

Togo: Paulo Duarte (Portugal); 3 May 2021

Uganda: Milutin Sredojević (Serbia); 27 July 2021  

Zambia: Beston Chambeshi (Zambia); 27 July 2021

Zanzibar: Hemed Suleiman (Zanzibar)                                

Zimbabwe: Zdravko Logarušić (Croatia); 29 January 2020

The arrangement of this African national football team coaches is not in the order of top best but done in alphabetical order.

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