Looks like local Coach Harouna Douala will be remembered for the history he made – in qualifying Niger for their first ever Africa cup of Nations, but nothing beyond.
With two and a half months to go, the West African Nation is already growing cold feet at being whitewashed in the upcoming biannual African diadem and are contemplating pushing Douala aside and getting a foreign Coach in his place.
Niger surprised all and sundry to top its group that also had South Africa, Sierra Leone and seven time Africa Champions Egypt.
According to a report on MTNFootball.com, French coach Rolland Courbis, a TV analyst, is being considered to take over Doula role.
The African showpiece will be co-hosted by Gabon and Equatorial Guinea from January 2012.