Moroccan Football Association
Red Devils’ fairy tale of 1972
Congo first took part in the Africa Cup of Nations in 1968. But their second appearance was one to remember when Les Diables Rouges (Red Devils) returned from Cameroon holding the continent’s most precious trophy. Under guidance of domestic coach Adolphe Bibanzoulou, Congo defied all odds to grab their first
AFCON Records – Le Roy and Renard stand out
French coaches always had their place in Africa Cup of Nations book of records, but two of them have a very special feat to commemorate; Claude Le Roy and Herve Renard. Le Roy holds the record for most appearances for a coach in AFCON history (nine), and most number of
Atlas Lions roared loudest in 1976
Despite their perennial status as favourites, Morocco’s Atlas Lions have been crowned African champions once, in 1976. It was Morocco’s second ever appearance in the history of the continental showpiece event, but they returned from Addis Ababa with the trophy.