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AFCON Coverage on ITV4

Coach McKinstry joins Jacqui Oatley and co-hosts on ITV to present AFCON 2015 to soccer fans in the UK.

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Coach McKinstry will form part of the ITV team for AFCON 2015.

Also part of the team are pundits including Stoke striker Peter Odemwingie, former Nigerian international Efan Ekoku, Fabrice Muamba, Hull striker Sone Aluko, Watford defender Sebastien Bassong, and former Manchester United midfielder Quinton Fortune.

 

ITV4 will show highlights of every game from the Africa Cup of Nations 2015 as well as live matches.

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In the commentary box are Clive Tyldesley, Sam Matterface, Joe Speight and Jon Champion, Nigel Adderley and David Stowell alongside Andy Townsend and Efan Ekoku.

 

Coverage

Coverage of the tournament starts on Saturday January 17 with highlights of hosts Equatorial Guinea taking on Congo along with a match between 2013 finalists Burkina Faso and Gabon.

Live coverage on ITV4 includes a deciding match from each of the four groups, as well as both semi-finals and the final on February 8 in Bata.

  

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Watch on TV or Online.

Coach McKinstry will be in studio on Thursday 22 January and Friday 23 January.  Tune in at 10pm on ITV4.

Coverage is also available online for a limited time at https://www.itv.com/itvplayer/africa-cup-of-nations

 

You can also follow @johnnymckinstry on twitter.

 

 

 

AFCON 2015 Fixtures

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 You can see the official CAF list of AFCON2015 fixtures and results here

 

 

 

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About Coach McKinstry

Coach McKinstry is a UEFA Pro Licensed Football Coach, with a number of successes across his 20+ year career to date.    He is currently Head Coach of the Gambia National Team and Head Coach of Gor Mahia FC in Kenya (2022-24) where he won two Kenya Premier League titles (2023-24, 2022-23), and the 2023-24 Kenya Charity Shield, returning the club to the top of Kenyan football.

As Head Coach of the Uganda National Team, (2019 - 2021) he led Uganda to win CECAFA 2019 and delivered a win from 2 in every 3 games, going undefeated in 8 in evey 10 games.  This represented the highest 'win' and 'undefeated' rate achieved by a Uganda National Team Coach in over 15 years.

He was Head Coach of the Rwanda National Football Team (2015-16). Within 17 months he led Rwanda to a number of highs - including their first ever appearance in the knockout stages of a major international tournament (Quarter-finals of CHAN, Jan 2016) and finished runner-up in CECAFA (Dec 2105), being named 'Coach of the Tournament' for his efforts. 

Across 2013-14, he was Head Coach of the Sierra Leone National Men's Football team. Within just over a year, he had led Sierra Leone to their highest ever FIFA World and African rankings - 7th in Africa and 50th in the World (August 2014). 

He has also been Head Coach of Saif Sporting Club, Bangladesh Premier League (2018-19); and FK Kauno Zalgiris, Lithuanian A-Lyga (2017-18).   

Coach McKinstry is a European (UEFA), American (NSCAA) and university qualified football coach and a member of Common Goal.

Quotes: What the media say

  • McKinstry has come close to a giant killing before, when his Sierra Leone side came within half an hour of defeating Herve Renard’s Cote d’Ivoire.

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    Ed Dove Goal.com
  • McKinstry led the team to their highest ever placing in the FIFA world rankings. They broke into the top 50, ahead of his native Northern Ireland.

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    Damien Edgar Backpage Football
  • This is not a man who does things by the book. Having been a coach from the age of 15, McKinstry already has miles on the clock.

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    Ben Smith BBC Sport
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