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June 10, Cape Town (Reuters) – According to a family statement, Clive Barker, the effervescent coach who guided South Africa to victory in the Africa Cup of Nations and their first-ever World Cup final, passed away on Saturday.
In South Africa’s inaugural Cup of Nations competition, the 78-year-old Barker served as coach of the team that won the competition on home soil in 1996.
Two years later, he managed the team’s qualification for the World Cup in France, but he was fired six months prior to the.

Over the course of his 40-year career, Barker coached multiple clubs in South Africa’s top division of football, winning the league three times. In the 1970s, he broke apartheid restrictions to coach teams in the country’s black townships.

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