Why do African countries hire white football coaches for their national teams?

From Africa is a Country Fri Feb 1 2013, 03:00:11

Post By Jimmy Kainja*  It seemed strange when in the run-up to Afcon 2013, Nigeria's coach Stephen Keshi forcefully criticised African football associations for their preference for white coaches when Zambia, until this week the great success story of African football, had  Hervé Renard to thank for masterminding their unlikely triumph last year in Libreville. [...]

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