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CHAN 2022: Madjid Bougherra wants a strong mobilization in Oran

Algeria will face Niger in the CHAN 2022 semi-finals on Tuesday. Madjid Bougherra, the coach of the local Greens, is counting on public support to defeat the Mena.Algeria will face Niger in the CHAN 2022 semi-finals on Tuesday. Madjid Bougherra, the coach of the local Greens, is counting on public support to defeat the Mena.

CHAN 2022: Madjid Bougherra wants a strong mobilization in Oran

Algeria will face Niger in the CHAN 2022 semi-finals on Tuesday. Madjid Bougherra, the coach of the local Greens, is counting on public support to defeat the Mena.

Madjid Bougherra wishes to see the Olympic Miloud Hadefi stadium full on Tuesday, January 31. Algeria will face Niger in the CHAN 2022 semi-finals. Algeria will play in Oran for the first time since the competition began.

And the Algerian technician is counting on public support to make the final. “We are at home in Oran,” he says. We came here from Algiers and are happy to see the people of this lovely city rallying behind us.

The host country’s four games were held in Algiers’ Nelson Mandela Stadium. Unlike Niger, which has remained in Oran since the start of the competition.

“We are aware that Niger has played all of its games in Oran and feels at home, but when we take the field, we want to continue to please the Algerian people by securing a spot in the final.

Niger had the opportunity to play here, but it is wonderful for us. This is our residence. We’ve had few friendly matches here in Oran. We feel at home in Annaba, Constantine, Algiers, and Oran. It’s the same for us, it’s typical “Bougherra stated.

Bougherra understands how to defeat Niger.
Algeria plans to compete in the CHAN final. Especially considering Madjid Bougherra is familiar with his opponent for the day.

“We’ve reached the semi-finals. We only have one more step before the final match, which we will endeavor to complete. We understand how to play against Niger. We have defeated them in friendly matches.

The technician feels confident in his team’s triumph. He does, however, play the cautious card. “It is an experienced staff that collaborates. They play a lovely game. It is fully deserved that they have progressed this far and defeated Cameroon and Ghana. It comes as no surprise to me. We’ll do our best to play well.”

Bougherra will be without goalkeeper Alexis Guendouz for this match, who was shown a red card in the quarterfinals. The coach is counting on Farid Chaal who will play in goal.

 

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