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Angola sack coach for post-holiday absence

Photo: Angola FA

Photo: FA

Angola’s football association has part ways with Remeu Filemon for an alleged post-Christmas absence. 

Remeu Filemon has been sacked as Angola’s coach after, reportedly, failing to return to work from the Christmas holiday.

The coach, on the other hand, claims to have been present at the team’s hotel in Luanda. Speaking to an Angolan Radio Station, Filemon said he had gone unpaid for eight months. He also promised to clarify reasons for his sacking in the course of the week.

Angola was ousted by South Africa in the World Cup Qualifier playoffs and is in preparation for the CHAN 2016 tournament. The competition is due for Rwanda from January 16th.

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