Just minutes after Algeria’s exit from the 2022 African Cup of Nations following their defeat to C டிte d’Ivoire (3-1), Phoenix coach Djamel Belmadi did not appreciate a journalist raising the memory of Cameroonian striker Albert Ebos, who was killed in 2014. To illustrate this defeat in Cameroon, the complex situations when JS Capelli played in Algeria.
Djamel Belmadi was in a very bad mood after his dismissal on Surreal Scene Thursday in Dovala during a press conference for the 2022 Group A match for Cote d’Ivoire-Algeria (3-1). Fennecs, from CAN, told reporters that a reporter in the press room had achieved an even more annoying “feat” for the Algerian technician. “You are talking about irrationality (to explain the elimination of Algeria), which makes me tell you that you are struggling to find explanations for this elimination, as the journalist first pointed out.
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Belmadi: “Professional Misconduct”
Albert Ebos is a former Cameroonian striker who died on August 23, 2014 in Algeria after a match between his club JS Cabley and USM Alger. The circumstances of his death are always dark.
The connection between this tragic disappearance of Albert Eboses and Algeria’s defeat during this CAN, on Thursday, in Blair’s home country, shocked and embarrassed the audience, however, that Djamel hurt Belmadi. The former OM midfielder responded with cold rage: “I do not know who allowed you to enter this room, sir, but this is professional misconduct.”
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