Coach McKinstry with CBF Academy players Santigie Koroma and Sulaiman Samura who were selected for Sierra Leone U-20 [versus Guinea in 2015 CAF U-20 first round qualifying (Picture: Myrthe van Vliet)]

Pictures of Coach McKinstry working in 'elite player development' are available for download.

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Quotes: What the media say

  • McKinstry has become one of the most rounded and well-travelled British coaches at the highest level abroad.

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    These Football Times
  • McKinstry made an impressive start, losing just one of his first six matches and leading Sierra Leone into the top 50 of Fifa's world rankings, above Northern Ireland, the Republic, Cameroon and Senegal.

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    Ben Smith BBC Sport
  • McKinstry led the team to their highest ever placing in the FIFA world rankings. They broke into the top 50, ahead of his native Northern Ireland.

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    Damien Edgar Backpage Football
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