Javier Clemente is still in the gap at 71 years. The current coach of the Basque Country will embark on a new stage in his career as a coach, although this time he will carry out a position he previously held as he will once again manage Libya.
Clemente was already in charge of this African team between 2013 and 2016 and even led it to win the only title in its history. It was in 2014 when the African Nations Championship was awarded, an equivalent to the Africa Cup that is held every two years but with the participation only of players enrolled in clubs on the continent.
Clemente, who has led other teams such as Spain (1992-1998), Serbia (2006-2007) and Cameroon (2010-2011), faces a great challenge since Libya has been caught with Egypt, Gabon and Angola in group F African qualifier for the Qatar 2022 World Cup and in this second round only the first of the league passes to the final phase.
Among the multiple teams he has managed, Athletic Club, Espanyol, Atético, Betis, Real Sociedad, Marsella and Valladolid stand out.