Algerian Minister of Sport: there is consensus on the right of our team to keep the title of the African Nations Cup

Algeria: Abdel-Razzaq Sebakk, the Algerian Minister of Sport, has joined the list of big supporters of his country’s candidacy to keep the African Cup of Nations title, which starts on Sunday in Cameroon. Sbakak stated, in statements on Algerian radio, today, Friday, “We are the holders of the cup, the desire of the Algerian fans and the conclusions of all analysts agree that we have the right and first to preserve the title and return the cup to Algeria again “. Sebakk stressed the importance that Cameroon hosts the tournament, stressing that this would encourage the sport, and also highlighted the great role of Algerian fans in supporting the “Greens” in their new venture, and revealed that he will propose to higher authorities the transfer part of the fans, which he described as the player no. 12, in Cameroon to support the team. For his part, the president of the Algerian Football Association, Sharafeddine Amara, expressed the happiness of Algeria, champion of Africa, to participate in the most important football forum awaited by the African continent, in the constellation of teams to make millions on the happy continent, and to promote this sport despite all obstacles and adversities, in reference to the health crisis and other hardships. Amara wished Cameroon success in organizing the tournament in an honorable way for them and for the continent, expecting it to live up to aspirations given the great efforts and investments taken by the country’s authorities to make a promising bet for the championship in football and public. The Algerian team will enter the tournament, which will take the via next Sunday, and is the holder of the title of the last edition, which took place in 2019 in Egypt. The Algerian team will begin its campaign to preserve the title by taking on Sierra Leone next Tuesday, in the first round of Group E competitions, which also includes teams from Côte d’Ivoire and Equatorial Guinea. (DPA)

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