Tunisia’s coach resigns following a disappointing performance at AFCON


Tunisia’s coach, Jalel Kadri, declared his resignation following his team’s disappointing exit from the Africa Cup of Nations.

This decision aligns with coaches from Ivory Coast, Ghana, and Algeria, all stepping down on the same Wednesday.

Kadri’s announcement followed the Carthage Eagles’ goalless draw with South Africa, marking the end of their AFCON journey.

In a post-match interview, he stated, “My decision is final.

The contract aimed for the semi-finals, and as we haven’t achieved that, the contract concludes.

Tunisia departs Ivory Coast without a single victory, finishing last in Group E—a stark contrast from their victory over France at the World Cup in Qatar just 13 months ago.

Their only goal in this AFCON, the 100th in the competition, was scored by Hamza Rafia in a 1-1 draw with Mali.



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