By Beng Emmanuel

Sports writer,

Former Harambee Stars boss, Sebastien Migne has been appointed as the new head coach of Equatorial Guinea.

He led Kenya to their first Africa Cup of Nations in 15 years.

The 46-year-old gaffer replaces Angel Lopez who resigned in September 2019 after spending just a year since taking over.

Ex-Indomitable Lions head coach Clarence Seedorf was also in Equatorial Guinea to negotiation a contract.

He took to his official Facebook page on Thursday, soon after the appointment to announce his new job
“New mission, new country, new challenge. Official, I’m the new coach of Equatorial Guinea,” he posted.

Migne has been living in Kenya with his family since his sacking in August but travelled to Equatorial Guinea recently where he landed the top job gathered.

Sebastien Migne was sacked as Kenya’s head coach after he failed to impress at the 2019 Africa Cup of Nations in Egypt.
He is also failed to help Kenya advance to the African Nations Championship (CHAN) which Cameroon will host next April.

Equatorial Guinea had been one of the lowest ranked African teams but their solid performances of recent has catapulted them to continental recognition.

They’ve appeared in two Africa Cup of Nations finals in 2012 and 2015 where they finished fourth placed.



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