2022 World Cup: All 5 African countries heading to mundial with home-grown coaches
Africa is set to make history at the 2022 FIFA World Cup with all qualified countries heading to Qatar with home-grown coaches.
The continent will be represented by five countries that excelled at the end of the difficult qualifies.
The qualified African countries heading to the 2022 FIFA World Cup include Cameroon, Ghana, Morocco, Senegal, and Tunisia.
Unlike past world cups where the qualified nations preferred to trust in foreign coaches, this year is different.
Africa will for the first time in the history of the world cup have all five countries being coached by top home-grown coaches.
It signifies a change in the mindset of the leaders of the various football governing bodies in countries on the continent.
Ghana – Otto Addo
Senegal – Aliou Cissé
Tunisia – Jalel Kadri
Morocco – Walid Regragui
Cameroon – Rigobert Song
If the local coaches manage to excel at the 2022 FIFA World Cup, it will open doors for more home-grown coaches to be given more opportunities.
The 2022 FIFA World Cup will commence on Sunday, November 20.