Florent Ibenge quits as DR Congo coach

Florent Ibenge

Florent Ibenge led DR Congo to 3 Africa Cup of Nations tournaments

Florent Ibenge has quit as a manager of a DR Congo inhabitant side after 5 years in charge.

The 57-year-old has been in assign given Aug 2014 and led a Leopards to 3 uninterrupted Africa Cup of Nations tournaments.

In 2015 they finished in third place, dual years after they reached a quarter-finals and final month in Egypt they mislaid in a final 16.

He did not explain a reasons behind his preference though combined that he hopes to continue operative with a country’s football federation.

“When we began a pursuit it was never my goal to stay for really long,” Ibenge said.

“I have finished adult staying 5 years and that’s utterly a prolonged time and we have achieved some good things.

“The usually thing we can contend is appreciate we to a boss of a federation, to AS Vita Club (who he has continued to manager during his time with a National team), a large appreciate we to a open who have upheld me.

“I have perceived a lot and we have given a lot though it is time to appreciate to all a players we have coached and all a technical team.”

Ibenge pronounced that he had hoped to make a proclamation progressing though was watchful for a association boss Constant Omari to lapse to a nation so he could tell him personally.

He also pronounced that for a time being he is still a manager of internal side AS Vita Club.