Guinea has appointed Frenchman Didier Six as their new national team coach following the ouster of Belgian Paul Put.
Didier Six has vast experience in football especially African football having coached the likes of Togo and Mauritius.
In 2013 he led Togo to an African cup quarter-final before they were bundled out of the tournament.
He then joined Mauritius in 2015 where he last for only five months before he was sacked as the national team head coach.
Didier was also fined 2,000 US Dollars over unacceptable behavior during the Cosafa Cup.
His predecessor Paul Put was sacked during the just concluded African Cup of Nations after the team was bundled out of the competition.
He was then handed a lifetime ban by the country after he was found guilty of going against the code of discipline and ethics.
Guinea has been tied alongside Namibia, Chad, and Liberia and they have an uphill task of qualifying for the 2021 African Cup and 2022 World Cup.