A record seventh appearance by coach Claude Le Roy at the Africa Cup of Nations was back on track Friday amid disarray in the DR Congo camp one day before the tournament kicks off.
DR Congo coach Claude le Roy (C) watches his players warm up ahead of a match in the capital Kinshasa on June 10, 2012. The DR Congo's Africa Cup of Nations campaign was in turmoil Friday as Le Roy, while denying reports he had quit, launched a scathing attack on his employers.
While denying a Congolese TV station report that he had quit in protest at poor management of the squad, Le Roy revealed his fury at a chaotic build-up in an interview with French radio station RFI.
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