A total of 45.8% coaches have been shown the exit since the end of AFCON 2019 and Kenya’s head coach Sebastien Migne became the 11th casualty to lose his job after the biennial competition.
The Frenchman and the Football Kenya Federation parted ways after his side exited at the group stages recording a win (against Tanzania) and losing the other two matches.
Sebastien Migne joins a bandwagon of coaches who have either been sacked or resigned from their posts after the 32nd edition of the AFCON.
Below is a compilation of coaches who have fallen victim after the AFCON :
1. Javier Aguirre (Egypt)
2. Sunday Chidzambaga (Zimbabwe)
3. Paul Put (Guinea)
4. Emmanuel Amunike (Tanzania)
5. Herve Renard (Morocco)
6. Clarence Seedorf (Cameroon)
7. Ricardo Mannetti (Namibia)
8. Sebastien Desabre (Uganda)
9. Stuart Baxter (South Africa)
10. Florent Ibenge (DR Congo)
11. Sebastian Migne (Kenya)
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