The meeting of the Federal Office of the Algerian Football Federation resulted in a series of decisions, including one, which will bring news on the identity of the next president of the Algerian football body. After the episode of the resignation of the president of the FAF, Charaf-Eddine Amara, and the refusal of certain members to align themselves with the decision of the first head of football in Algeria, calm seems to be returning to the offices of the body of Dely Brahim.
The Algerian federation communicated on the agenda of the meeting held, “the members of the BF adopted the moral and financial reports for the 2021 financial year as well as the provisional budget for 2022 before deciding on a calendar shift in the dates of the various assemblies. initially announced during the last BF; the FAF being awaiting the imminent receipt of FIFA’s agreement for the new statutes. Consequently, the Federal Office has validated the new dates of the various general assemblies. reads the official FAF website.
Thus, the members of the federal office have opted for the date of July 07 to hold the extraordinary general meeting whose sole mission will be to carry out the elections of the new BF, and therefore, of the new president of the FAF. It is clear that this date is different from the one previously communicated. Indeed, the AGO has been scheduled for June 6th. A change of calendar which then occurs the Algerian federation awaits the obtaining of the new statutes and the electoral code by FIFA.
A desire to improve amateur football
For the meeting of April 30, 2022, the Algerian Football Federation has opted for a decision that will impact the future of amateur football in Algeria, “The Federal Office of the Algerian Football Federation, meeting under the chairmanship of the President, Mr. CHARAF-EDDINE Amara, has resolved to pay all public subsidies for the 2018 and 2019 financial years into the new fund created specifically to support the development of amateur football. The said subsidies, whose files have been submitted to the Ministry of Youth and Sports, total a total amount of 700 million DZD (70 billion centimes). The creation of a support fund for amateur football is part, as a reminder, of the commitments made in the four-year program of the President of the FAF and his federal office. explains the FAF in its press release.
The federal meeting finally adopted, “the moral and financial reports for the 2021 financial year as well as the provisional budget for 2022 before deciding on a calendar shift in the dates of the various assemblies initially announced during the last BF; the FAF being awaiting the imminent receipt of FIFA’s agreement for the new statutes. added the press release.