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AFCON 2019: A look at historical battles of African tacticians in the final

By Football256 Team

History will be written at the 2019 Total Africa Cup of Nations final, as a must, the title will be won by an African-born tactician.

Senegal will take on Algeria in the final at Cairo International Stadium in Egypt on July 19th, with both sides being coached by local coaches.

Senegal’s Aliou Cisse will compete with Algeria’s Djamel Belmadi for the most prestigious African football tournament in an All-African coaches affair.

This will be the fifth Nations Cup final for two local coaches to meet at the finals of the tournament.

The first came in 1962 when Ethiopia met Egypt in the finals. The Walias were coached by legend Yidnekatchew Tessema while The Pharaohs were coached by the duet of Mohamed El Guindy and Hanafy Bastan. Ethiopia won the title with a 4-2 victory against Egypt in the final.

In the 1965 edition when Ghana and Tunisia met in finals, The Black Stars were coached by Charles Gyamfi while Tunisia was under the guidance of Mokhtar Ben Nacef. Ghana won the title after their 3-2 victory over the hosts of Tunisia.

Another Ghanaian gaffer in Fred Ousam-Duodu guided the Black Stars to the final in 1978 to set up a date with Ugandan legend Peter Okee, Ghana won the title at home soil by beating Uganda 2-0.

The latest Nations Cup final encounter between two local coaches came in 1998 when Egypt met South Africa. The Pharaohs were under the guidance of Mahmoud El Gohary while South Africa were coached by Jomo Sono.

El Gohary guided Egypt to victory by defeating South Africa 2-0 in Burkina Faso to become the first to win Nations Cup as a player (1959) and coach in 1998.

However, 11 local coaches had won 15 Nations Cup titles previously with Ghana’s Gyamfi and Egypt’s Hassan Shehata winning three titles each.

Either Belmadi or Cisse will become the 12th local coach to win the title come Friday night at Cairo International Stadium.

A list of local coaches to win Nations Cup titles previously
Mourad Fahmy (Egypt – 1959)
Yidnekatchew Tessema (Ethiopia – 1962)
Charles Gyamfi (Ghana – 1963, 1965 and 1982)
Adolphe Bibanzoulo (Congo – 1972)
Fred Osam-Duodu (Ghana – 1978)
Abdelhamid Kermali (Algeria – 1990)
Yeo Martial (Cote d’Ivoire – 1992)
Clive Barker (South Africa – 1996)
Mahmoud El Gohary (Egypt – 1998)
Hassan Shehata (Egypt – 2006, 2008 and 2010)
Stephen Keshi (Nigeria – 2013)

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