Senegalese manager Lamine Ndiaye has been allocated as a new manager of Guinea’s Horoya on a three-year deal.
The 63-year-old, who led DR Congos’s TP Mazembe to a African Champions League pretension in 2010, replaces Didier Gomes Da Rosa who was sacked 3 days ago.
Da Rosa mislaid his pursuit after he unsuccessful to strech his aim of heading Horoya to a semi-finals of a African Champions League.
Ndiaye is now Horoya’s third manager of a year and has also been set a charge of reaching a Champions League semi-finals.
He’s no foreigner to African bar football carrying formerly coached Cameroon’s Coton Sport Garoua, Magreb Fez of Morocco, DR Congo’s TP Mazembe and Sudanese side Al-Hilal.
Ndiaye won 5 domestic joining titles and dual FA Cups with Coton Sport who he also led to a runners-up mark in a gone Caf crater in 2003.
At TP Mazembe as good as a Champions League he won dual African Super Cups and dual DR Congo joining titles.
He also guided a DR Congo champions to a final of a 2010 Club World Club Cup final losing to Inter Milan 3-0 in UAE, a initial African side to grasp that feat.
Ndiaye started his coaching career in France where he became a initial African to manager a veteran bar FC Mulhouse afterwards in a second tier joining side in 1997/1998 season.
He took over as caretaker manager of Senegal during a 2008 Africa Cup of Nations in Ghana after Polish manager Henri Kazperczak quiescent before they exited a contest in a organisation stage.
The former midfielder represented Senegal during general turn personification alongside a late Jules Bocande.
Ndiaye played for several clubs including French outfits Cannes and Mulhouse.