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Algeria Coach Belmadi, Assistants Hold Crucial Meeting; Plot Strategies Against Eagles

Algeria Coach Belmadi, Assistants Hold Crucial Meeting; Plot Strategies Against Eagles

The head coach of Algeria national team – the Desert Foxes, Djamel Belmadi, held a serious meeting with his assistants on Monday (pictured above) during which they sorted out their preparation plans for their Friday’s international friendly match against the Super Eagles of Nigeria at the Worthersee Stadium in Klagenfurt, Austria, Completesports.com reports.

According to the FAF webside, the meeting took place at the Voco Villach Hotel in the city of Klagenfurt, where the Algerian FA’s advance party had arranged for the team.

Belmadi presided over the coaches
meeting which also had his three assistant coaches in attendance, namely; Madjid Bougherra , Serge Romano and Amara Merouani. There were also Djamel Bouras (Goalkeeper Coach) and a video analyst, Zohir BENSDIRA, in the meeting.

An advance party comprising the the FAF chieftains had arrived the the team’s Voco Villach Hotel ahead of the coaching crew on Sunday.

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The Desert Foxes players were expected to start arriving today (Monday) from their different clubs.

Belmadi invited 24 overseas-based players for two international friendly matches in October. The African champions will first clash with Nigeria on Friday, October 9, then face Mexico on Tuesday October 13, in The Hague , the Netherlands.

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  • Lloyd 1 week ago

    This guys mean business. They will be a really strong team heading to the World Cup. I pray they make the next round of qualifiers

     
    • Vince 1 week ago

      They are using a consortium of local coaches
      Imagine having Emenalo, Amunike, Ikeme, Finidi, Yobo and Egbo coaching our SE after ROHR