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Gerard Gili has been appointed as Ivory Coast coach on a temporary basis just two weeks before the start of the African Cup of Nations.
Ulrich Stielike resigned after his son fell into a coma, and the Ivorian Football Association has moved quickly to bring in Gili.
The French coach has steered Ivory Coast's Under 23 side to their first Olympic Games in Beijing this year.
He will now link up with the senior squad for a week-long training camp in Kuwait ahead of the start of the tournament on 20th January.
Ivory Coast, runners-up in the previous tournament in Egypt two years ago, are among the favourites to win the competition.
They face Nigeria in their first match on 21st January and also have group matches against Mali and Benin.
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Emmanuel Adebayor may shun the Africa Cup of Nations due to fears over his safety.
Andre Villas-Boas does not know whether or not striker Emmanuel Adebayor will travel to the Africa Cup of Nations.
QPR will have Adel Taarabt available throughout January after he was left out of Morocco's Africa Cup of Nations squad.
West Brom striker Peter Odemwingie is resigned to his international career with Nigeria being over.
Emmanuel Adebayor insists that his decision to miss the Africa Cup of Nations is not down to a financial dispute.