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Last Updated: Tuesday, 4 January, 2005, 10:34 GMT
Burkina Faso sack coach
The Burkina Faso team
Burkina Faso are without a coach after Ivica Todorov was sacked
Burkina Faso have sacked their coach Ivica Todorov after a poor start by the Stallions to their 2006 World Cup qualifying campaign, federation officials said on Tuesday.

The Serbian-born coach had been in charge since May but lost half the 10 matches he handled in 2004.

Burkina Faso have lost three of their five World Cup and African Cup of Nations qualifiers and leaves them second from bottom in Group 2.

The 55-year-old Todorov had previously coached in Morocco, Gabon and Tunisia.

According to media in Ouagadougou, officials have approached French coach Bernard Simondi to replace Todorov but that discussions have yet to be completed.

Burkina Faso to get coach
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