Jamal Belmadi who follows His mission is at the helm of the Algerian national team Despite the early exit from the 2021 Africa Cup of Nations and elimination from the 2022 World Cup, three goals must be achieved, according to the FAF.
Last October, the president of the Algerian Football Federation, Jahid Zviziv, announced that Belmadi would remain in charge of the Greens until 2026.
A statement confirmed by the Algerian Football Federation liaison officer, Salah Bey Abboud, who confirmed the extension of Djamel Belmadi’s contract in an interview with Al Jazeera on Saturday (December 10th).
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” Coach Djamel Belmadi continues his mission as part of the strategy of stability and continuity of work with the aim of returning to the highest level in anticipation of the upcoming dates. Salah Bey Abboud said, without going into further details about the content of the new contract for the national coach, especially the salary of the Greens coach.
Djamel Belmadi’s salary has been the subject of speculation in the press since Algeria was eliminated in the first round of the 2021 African Cup of Nations. This controversy increased with the imminent signing of Belmadi’s new contract.
Between the sources that announced the reduction of the salaries of Belmadi and his employees to 130,000 euros per month and those who assert that he will keep his current salary of 200,000 euros per month, no official information was received from the federation to put an end to the speculation. . A salary that makes Belmadi the highest paid coach in Africa.
A spokesman for the Algerian Football Federation indicated that the next two African Cups and the 2026 World Cup are the main goals of Djamel Belmadi.
The national coach will be responsible for Play the leading roles “based on” to win 2023 and 2025, according to Salah Bey Abboud. He should too to qualify The same official added that Algeria is in the 2026 World Cup, which will be jointly organized by the United States, Mexico and Canada.
Djamel Belmadi’s mission does not promise to be easy. After winning the 2019 African Cup of Nations and missing out on qualification for the 2022 World Cup by a hair, Djamel Belmadi must renew the workforce of the Greens to build a competitive team capable of going to the 2026 World Cup and performing well there.
Algeria has shown the way to Africa
The Morocco’s performance In the 2022 World Cup, he risks putting too much pressure on the shoulders of Belmadi and all African coaches.
For the first time, an African group has qualified for the last four of a World Cup.
Until the 2022 World Cup, Africa had never reached the quarter-finals, even though it is a continent that has given many great players to world football. From now on, African selections will not be satisfied with participating in the World Cup finals.
They will seek to win it and Algeria, with its huge potential, has already shown the way in 1982, beating Germany (2-1), who had just won the European Championship two years earlier. It was the first time that a team from Africa had defeated a major European football country. The Greens have not hindered other African selections by showing they can beat world championship teams.
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