Algeria Sack Coach Alcaraz Ahead Of Nigeria Clash

Algeria Sack Coach Alcaraz Ahead Of Nigeria Clash

Algeria have parted ways with their Spanish coach Lucas Alcaraz ahead of their final World Cup qualifying Group B game against Nigeria in Constantine in November, reports.

Alcaraz, who took charge of the team in April following the resignation of Georges Leekens in February, was the fourth permanent coach to take charge in 13 months.

According to reports on, the Spanish coach who signed a contract until 2019 has returned to Spain after bidding goodbye to his players.

Alcaraz recorded only one win in four games during his reign.

Algeria have been eliminated from qualifying for the World Cup and they are currently bottom of Group B on just one point after five games.

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  • I support the sack. Algeria was one of the team that made that group tagged ‘GoD'(Group of Death). They have quality players and considering what fans are saying that the sack was overdue, they must have gotten the support of the government. So it is evident that the coach was the problem. As things are, the Eagles must be more careful. A win for Algeria will justify the sack and put a stain on our records. We should emulate the Brazilian who despite having qualified still played serious and defeated Chile even not allowing them to score even a single goal that may have qualified them.