TP Mazembe are the African champions of the CAF Confederations. The Congolese giants forced a goalless draw on Saturday to overcome South Africa’s SuperSport United and successfully defend their crown. We have details on that in this episode.****
Still on the same note, local coaches continue to show their dominance in this particular competition, the CAF confederations Cup. TP Mazembe coach Pamphile Mihayo Kazembe is the latest to add to the tally. In this episode we have a refreshing review of who else’s been there, done that!
Topical issue: Years after the late Nigerian coach Stephen Keshi spoke out in favour of African coaches being given more opportunities, the trend towards foreign coaches still remains.**** We therefore asked why do African federations tend to prefer foreign coaches, with little trust on local managers? We spoke to Jeff Kinyanjui a football analyst in Nairobi and in his opinion, our local men need training to up their game in as far as training is concerned. What are your thoughts?
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