In the two-front war against Côte d’Ivoire, the Comoros did not exist. The Coelacanths suffered a 0-2 home loss after losing 3-1 in the first leg. In two encounters, there were no points taken, and the group’s third place score was 3. What placed Younes Zerdouk, the coach, in the center of the storm. In a press conference, the French-Moroccan nevertheless defended himself.
“You mention losses, but I’ve been here since 2017 and have really committed to this group. Even more than my heart, I gave. I honestly went above and beyond. I took this action because when I first visited the national team, I encountered players who were passionate about soccer. They had made great progress, so I was awarded. I was born in a tough situation. I learn in this manner. Hence, to declare that it is over is a huge mistake. When people don’t believe me, it bothers me “As reported by 269Comores Football, Amir Abdou’s successor made the statement.
Added him: “Many people discuss the past with me and draw analogies. They demand immediate, instant results. They talk about me without my knowledge and just consider my performance. They fail to notice that the choice has been fundamentally altered.”