The national selection will enter training on May 30 in anticipation of the first two days of qualifying for CAN-2023, respectively against Uganda and Tanzania. National coach Djamel Belmadi should reveal the list of players summoned two days before the start of the course.
The national team will have to overcome the disillusionment of March 29 and now plan for the next deadlines. It is from next June that she will make her entry into the playoffs for the next African Cup of Nations which will take place in Côte D’Ivoire in 2023. To begin the adventure of the playoffs, she will host, it should be remembered, Uganda at the new stadium in Oran on June 4, before traveling to Dar Es-Salem to challenge Tanzania four days later, on June 8.
In order to prepare well for the next two meetings, where they aim for the full card, the players of the national team will enter training from May 30, which will take place, as usual, at the national technical center of Sidi Moussa. . Serious things will therefore start from next Monday for captain Riyad Mahrez and others who will have to work hard in order to start the next playoffs in force. Despite the failure to qualify for the next World Cup, the Algerian national team remains the big favorite on paper to qualify at the head of group F for the next CAN.
List of summoned, Belmadi still hovers the suspense
Moreover, and concerning the list of summoned, Djamel Belmadi decided to reveal it just two days before the start of the course, we learned from our colleagues from “Dz Foot”. If such a decision was taken by the national coach, it is quite simply in order to maintain the concentration of the selected players.
So players like Riyad Mahrez, Ismael Bennacer, Ramiz Zerrouki or even Youcef Belaïli and Ramy Bensebaini are sure to appear on Belmadi’s list, other names summoned have filtered, among others Ahmed Touba or the surprise summoned Mehdi Boudjemaa, resident Turkish club Hatayspor. It remains to be seen whether there will be other surprises in Belmadi’s list, when we know that the latter has promised during his media outings to inject new blood into the workforce of the Greens.
Note that several names of potential players to strengthen the national team are circulating through the various social networks. We are talking about the striker of the Belgian club Kourtrai Billel Massaoudi as well as the return of Mohamed-Amine Ammoura, resident of the Swiss club Young Boys. Obviously, it is next Saturday that we will know the list of players selected by Djamel Belmadi.