15 of the 24 coaches to the Africa Cup of Nations are native to the country they are leading.
DCMP’s head coach, Alain-André Landeut, was born in Kinshasa. His vast experience, combined with his understanding of what players need to perform their best, makes him the right man to take the club to the next level.
The clubs sponsor, 10bet Africa’s investment is aimed at developing African football, and specifically young talented players. Central to this project is Landeut. He is a visionary, renowned for being someone who can execute a plan, which is critical to developing the talent of local players.
DCMP are one of the oldest and most successful clubs in the DRC. Founded in 1949, they have won a staggering 12 Linafoot league titles, a record 14 Congo Cups, two DRC Super Cups, and an Africa Cup Winners’ Cup.
The club has fallen behind their rivals TP Mazembe and AS Vita Club in recent seasons. The vision is to cultivate a clear identity for DCMP, and Landeut is the most qualified to understand how the local players think and how to inspire the team to reach new heights.
Landeut has already shown that the club will make progress under his leadership this season. They have played some of the most entertaining football in the league, and they recently won the 2020/21 Congo Cup.
The team is currently on a hiatus after their matches have been postponed. DCMP are in seventh place on the league table, having only played 10 games while others have played up to 15 matches.
Once they return to play, DCMP will return with a competitive spirit. And fans can put their trust in Landeut and his team. His technical acumen, ability to develop each player’s potential, and focus on developing local football talent will place them ahead of the pack for the future.
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