ANTANANARIVO, Feb 8 (Reuters) - Madagascar have dismissed
French coach Jean Paul Rabier after losing their opening two
matches in the African Nations Cup qualifiers, the Malagasy
Football Federation said on Tuesday.
A statement said Rabier had been replaced by Maurice Mosa,
who has had two previous spells as coach of the Indian Ocean
island nation's team.
His appointment comes a month before Madagascar play their
next qualifier for the 2012 finals at home to Guinea on March
Madagascar lost their previous two group matches to Ethiopia
at home and Nigeria away in September and October.
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