AFCON2013: Ghana’s Opponent’s Coach resigns

Soccer News of Friday, 18 January 2013


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(google translation from French to English) DR Congo: Resignation of Claude Le Roy?

While the CAN 2013 is about to begin in South Africa, the DR Congo has been shaken by a terrible news. Leopards coach, Claude Le Roy, have resigned, reported the official website of TP Mazembe.

Visibly angered by the unfulfilled promises of the leaders of the Congolese Federation (FECOFA) premiums and travel arrangements, the French coach has decided to throw in the towel. ” The French technician gave Theo Binamungu, FECOFA member responsible for national teams, a letter of resignation addressed to the Head of State, President Joseph Kabila.

In his letter, he explains not be able, he and his assistant Sebastian Migne, to continue their mission. This position responds to numerous episodes of disorganization that preceded the arrival in South Africa and who was obliged to spend more time dealing with issues of stewardship or visas in the preparation of the team on the field , “the statement said. Therefore a blow to the Leopards on the eve of a continental competition, unless this is a pressure surge tempted by Le Roy, who is not at his first attempt. Stay tuned.


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