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The 2019 Africa Cup of Nations kicked off at the Cairo International Stadium on Friday night as host nation Egypt beat Zimbabwe with a lone goal in a tricky Group A encounter. For the first time ever, the Afcon has grown from 16 to 24 nations. Some of the biggest players in World football are carryung the hopes of their nation on their shoulder in their bid to win the continent’s biggest prize. Even more important, is the tactical brains behind each nation’s reason to believe success is possible. We take a look at the profile of 24 coaches that will be looking to guide their team to AFCON glory, Group A: DR Congo- Florent Ibengé (Congolese) The 52 year old was appointed coach of DR Congo for their 2015 Africa Cup of Nations qualifying campaign. He combines the duties with his role as coach of AS Vita Club. Ibenge…