Senegal's soccer authorities have sacked coach Lamine Ndiaye after the national team failed to qualify for the 2010 World Cup.
Angry Senegalese fans attacked the country's soccer federation headquarters on Saturday, smashing windows, after the national team was eliminated from qualifying for the 2010 World Cup by drawing 1-1 with Gambia.
Senegal coach Lamine Ndiaye has been given a brief contract extension for two more World Cup qualifiers, the Senegal sports ministry said on Tuesday.
Senegal could face possible sanction if they go ahead with the selection of French under-21 international Issiar Dia in their team for next weekend's World Cup qualifier at home to Algeria.
Captain El Hadji Diouf and two Senegal team mates have been dropped for Thursday's African Nations Cup Group D decider against South Africa for staying out late without permission, officials said.
Senegal's Polish coach Henri Kasperczak has resigned just hours after his team's surprise 3-1 defeat by Angola in the African Nations Cup, state television reported on Sunday.
Senegal coach Henryk Kasperczak said he expected a physical battle when his side face Angola in Sunday's African Nations Cup match.
Angola are hopeful of upsetting favourites Senegal when they meet in their African Nations Cup Group D match on Sunday (1700).
Senegal, still looking for their first African Nations Cup title, meet 2004 winners Tunisia in Tamale in Group D on Wednesday (1700 GMT).
Senegalese President Abdoulaye Wade has lent his presidential jet to fly fans to watch the national team's opening African Nations Cup game in Ghana.