5 African coaches traveling to Qatar

Aliou Cisse

Senegal’s head coach, Aliou Cisse, will be in Qatar in November 2022, just a few months after his team won the coveted Africa Cup of Nations championship.

Cisse is a seasoned manager, and it’s safe to say that when the tournament begins, he’ll give European managers nightmares. Cisse formerly represented Senegal, and the moment has come for him to guide his nation to success.

Rigobert Song

The former Cameroonian football player, Rigobert Song, is also Alex Song’s uncle. Following his retirement, Song accepted a challenge to lead the national team of Cameroon.

Song faces a challenging assignment because this will be his first significant tournament as a coach. Will he win or will he lose in the group stages early?

Walid Regragui

The Moroccan national team’s head coach, Walid Regragui, will take charge of his squad in a significant competition in Qatar.

Regragui will be hoping that his squad advances past the group stage and into the knockout phases 

Otto Addo

Otto Addo will take charge of his nation from the sidelines in Qatar after making 15 appearances and scoring twice for the Ghanaian national team.

Oddo accepted the position of Black Stars manager in 2022 after receiving some intense training at Borussia Dortmund and Borussia Monchengladbach in Germany.

Jalel Kadri

Tunisian international Jalel Kadri will be on the sidelines in Qatar when the 2022 World Cup gets underway in November. Kadri, who is not well-known, just moved up from

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