Morocco head coach Hervé Renard has quit.

This follows failure to guide Morocco beyond the Round of 16 at the 32nd Nations Cup in Egypt.

Renard is leaving his fourth top job after registering a mark across the continent.

Morocco media reports that the Frenchman had hinted his decision with the association mutually agreeing to separate.

Renard guided Zambia to her maiden Africa Cup of Nations in 2012 before heading to Ivory Coast in 2015 where he repeated the feat.

He has also coached Angola making four stops on the continent as head coach for national teams.

Renard started off his job journey on the African continent slightly over 10 years ago as assistant coach for then Ghana trainer Claude LeRoy.

In Ghana, he was designated as physical trainer but his success in Zambia [first job as coach] and Ivory Coast has transformed his record into one of the best expatriate coaches to grace the continent.

Renard’s only club assignment was in Algeria. In Morocco, he guided the Atlas Lions to the 2018 World Cup.

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