Former Harambee Stars tactician Sebastien Migne has been appointed as Haiti’s national football team new headcoach.

The tactician is expected to bring his extensive experience to help Haiti qualify for World Cup after 50 years.

The Haitian Football Federation (FHF) made the announcement on March 8 signaling a new chapter for Les Grenadiers.

“We are pleased to announce the appointment of Sebastien Mignéas the new coach of the senior men’s national team of the Haitian Football Federation,” the FHF stated in a release.

Migné comes to the position following a recent tenure as an assistant head coach with the Cameroon national team.

The Haitian Football Federation is optimistic about Migné’s appointment, believing in his ability to infuse new energy into the team and steer Haiti towards achieving its long awaited goals.

“With his impressive record and his passion for football, the Federation is convinced that Sebastien Migné will bring new impetus to the national team and help us achieve new successes on the international scene.”

Migné has previously managed Harambee Stars as the head coach positions with the Republic of Congo and Equatorial Guinea and Cameroon’s national team as an assistant coach.


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