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Guinea Coach Didier Six Discharged from Hospital

Guinea national team head coach Didier Six has been discharged from hospital, the Guinea Football Federation (Feguifoot) has announced.

According to the federation’s statement, the tactician has been discharged having undergone Bacterial Meningitis treatment.

The coach will fly directly from Morocco to Ivory Coast  to re-unite with his family as his employer has given him unspecified time of sick leave.

“Syli National Guinea coach Didier Six finally left hospital on Monday, where he had been hospitalized for the past few days (bacterial meningitis),” reads a statement by Feguifoot.

“Convalescent, the French technician leaves Morocco tonight to reunite with his family in Abidjan (Côte d’Ivoire ).Quick recovery!”

Six was hospitalized last Friday at un-named hospital in Rabat, Morocco. His absence from national team has seen the team prepare for World Cup qualifiers against Sudan and Morocco his guidance.

Guinea are set to play Atlas Lions on Tuesday in a catch-up game after it was postponed following a coup in West African nation.

The Syli Nationale are currently sitting third on Group I with three points from three matches, while Morocco are top of the log with nine points.



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