African Nations Cup - Winning Coaches


1957 - Egypt (Mourad Fahmy) 
1959 - Egypt (Pal Titkos, Hungary) 
1962 - Ethiopia (Slavko Milosevic, Yugoslavia) 
1963 - Ghana (Charles Gyamfi) 
1965 - Ghana (Charles Gyamfi) 
1968 - Democratic Republic of Congo (Ferenc Csanad, Hungary) 
1970 - Sudan (Jiri Starost, Czech Republic) 
1972 - Congo (Amoyen Bibanzulu) 
1974 - DR Congo (Blagoje Vidinic, Yugoslavia) 
1976 - Morocco (Gheorge Mardarescu, Romania) 
1978 - Ghana (Fred Osam Duodo) 
1980 - Nigeria (Otto Gloria, Brazil) 
1982 - Ghana (Charles Gyamfi) 
1984 - Cameroon (Rade Ognanovic, Yugoslavia) 
1986 - Egypt (Mike Smith, Wales) 
1988 - Cameroon (Claude le Roy, France) 
1990 - Algeria (Abdelhamid Kermali) 
1992 - Ivory Coast (Yeo Martial) 
1994 - Nigeria (Clemens Westerhof, Netherlands) 
1996 - South Africa (Clive Barker) 
1998 - Egypt (Mahmoud El-Gohary)
2000 - Cameroon (Pierre Lechanter, France)
2002 - Cameroon (Winfried Schäfer, Germany)
2004 - Tunisia (Roger Lemerre, France)
2006 - Egypt (Hassan Shehata)
2008 - Egypt (Hassan Shehata)
2010 - Egypt (Hassan Shehata)
2012 – Zambia (Hervé Renard, France)
2013 – Nigeria (Stephen Keshi)
2015 – Ivory Coast (Hervé Renard, France)


Overview African Nations Cup


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