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Algerians shine abroad ... Do you lead the Desert Warriors to the continental crown?

2019-05-23T19:00:28.941Z

The football season has brought a happy end to a number of Algerian professional players in various European and Arab leagues, with titles and promotions that could have a positive impact on their participation in the African Desert Championships in Egypt from 21 June to 19 July.


Ayyash Senoussi-Algeria

The football season has brought a happy end to a number of Algerian professional players in various European and Arab leagues, with titles and promotions that could have a positive impact on their participation in the African Desert Championships in Egypt from 21 June to 19 July.

Algeria, once crowned African title in 1990, will start Egypt's Group D match against Kenya on June 23 before Senegal's challenge on June 27 and Tanzania on July 1.

The 27-year-old striker, Baghdadi Bongah, began a series of Algerian qualifiers by winning the Qatari league title with Al Sadd, who also reached the Emir's Cup final and lost to Al-Dahil. He also won the league's best scorer with 39 goals, making him the first "sniper" for the Algerian national team.

Defenders Mehdi Zafan and Rami Ben Sveni also won the Copa del Rey with a win over Paris Saint-Germain on penalties for their first visit to the club, which could give them a significant boost to fortify the rear line of the Desert Warriors in Egypt.

Sufian Figouli's wing was snatched back by a late return to the Turkish club Galatasaray after the start of a stalemate season and a run-up to win the league title and then the local cup in their first professional career.

The former Valencia player commented on his "surprising" brilliance by saying, "The key for me now is that I have not had any complicated injuries, which has made me as fit as possible." "I suffered a bit in the first part of the season, but I did not lose hope And knew how to get back to the front quickly, "according to the Turkish newspaper" Foot Mak ".

Algerian Algerians hang on leader and star Riad Mehrez (Getty Images)

But the highlight was starring Algerian star Riad Mehrez by winning a historic four-season in his first season with Manchester City.

The Algerian side played 43 appearances for City, scoring 12 goals with 8 assists.

The 28-year-old son of the Algerian city of Tlemcen suffered from marginalization for most of the season and remained loyal to the reserve because of fierce competition before it exploded at the end of the season and crowned the historic quarter (league title, league, federation and charity) in an achievement not preceded by any Arab or African.

He is also the only Arab to crown the Premiership twice with two different teams (Leicester City and Manchester City).

Mahrez told the team's official website after the coronation that he had begun to think about the upcoming African Cup of Nations in Egypt and vowed to seek good performance during the tournament.

While Yacine Brahimi, the 29-year-old star of Porto, missed the league title in the last round of Benfica, he was named the best player in the league. Real Betis Issa Mandi, 27, The right passes in the Spanish league.

In Algeria's eastern trade, striker Youssef Blaili made an important figure in the crown of the Tunisian club Esperance in the African Champions League, and is now on the eve of the coronation of the second title.

Algerian players cheer up coach Jamal Belmadi


But does that benefit the Greens in their next continental adventure? "In principle, this is an important moral stimulus," says the star of the 1980s.

"To go to a football tournament with the size of an African Championship and to have a team of players with collective or personal titles is very positive for the player and for the team and for the opposing team, It is also distracted, and our team has to take good advantage of this. "

But the star of the eighties is not enough because "because the most important is the reality of the field," calling on players to put these titles aside because they were achieved with other teams in different situations, but the reality of the field is different, as he put it.

Asad said the Greens' players, with their clubs playing in the Arab world and on beautiful stadiums, "can be a catalyst for the best return, but everything depends on the start.

The former Greens star nominated Egypt for the title, along with some strong teams such as Cameroon and Senegal, but his first wish is the return of the cubs of coach Jamal Belmadi to the continental title.

Source: aljazeera

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