On Tuesday, The Beninois Football Federation (FBF) confirmed the recruitment of Michel Dussuyer as coach of the national football team. The French technician, who is not a stranger in the team, has led the squirrels of Benin from 2008 to 2010 and was able to qualify them for the 2010 AFCON in Angola. Dussuyer’s latest appointment in Africa was in Ivory Coast, where he only coached for 18 months, having taken over the 2015 African champions from Herve Renard. He resigned after the then defending champions failed to advance from the group stage at the 2017 AFCON in Gabon. Michel’s best records in Africa come from Guinea, where he was able to reach the quarterfinals at the AFCON two times, in 2004 and 2015. However, he has never won the title itself. Eight years after his departure, he returns to take the reins of the national football team. A decision endorsed by the Ministry of Sports. Stay logged on to our website for African football updates.