- Gernot Rohr has missed out on the CAF 5-man list for Coach of the Year award
- The German guided Nigeria to enviable third place glory at AFCON 2019 in Egypt
- Nominees on the list include, Djamel Bemaldi of Algeria, Tunisia's Moïn Chaâbani and Madagascar's Nicolas Dupuis
Gernot Rohr, Super Eagles head coach, has missed out on the Confederation of African Football (CAF) five-man list of nominees for best coach of the year award in Africa.
The German tactician guided Nigeria to enviable third place glory at the African Cup of Nation (AFCON) 2019 in Egypt.
But in the list announced by the football-regulating body in Africa, the 66-year-old missed out to Senegal's head coach Aliou Cisse and Zermalek's Cristian Gross.
Other nominees on the list include Djamel Bemaldi of Algeria, Tunisia's Moïn Chaâbani and Madagascar's Nicolas Dupuis.
One of Cisse and Bemaldi appears to likely clinch the award with former guiding Senegal to partly impressive World Cup outing before taking them to AFCON 2019 final where they lost to Algeria.
Djamel Bemaldi nurtured Mahrez-led Algeria national team from underdogs to African champions with a glorious exploit at AFCON tournament in Egypt where they won the coveted trophy in style.
Meanwhile, Thomas Dennerby was shortlisted for CAF Women's Coach of the Year award.
The Super Falcons coach was nominated alongside Cameroon's Alan Djeumfa, Zambia's Bruce Mwape and South Africa's Desiree Ellis.
Earlier, Legit.ng reported Odion Ighalo has been shortlisted in the final 10-man vying for who is to become the 2019 African Footballer of the Year.
Odion finished as the highest goalscorer in the qualifiers with seven goals but he will have to compete with the likes of three Premier League stars.
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