Belmadi admits bankruptcy and mentions his departure from the Algerian national team

Algeria: Djamel Belmadi, coach of the Algerian national team, has defined the exclusion of his country from the African Cup of Nations as “failure” and “failure”, in course in Cameroon, alluding to the possibility of his departure from “The Greens”. Belmadi commented on Algeria’s exclusion from the first round after losing 3-1 to Ivory Coast today, Thursday, at the end of the group stage, saying: “It’s a failure and a complete failure, the players are collapsed. We were not up to the championship “. He added in the press conference following the match: “This feeling is very bad because we didn’t know about defeat and this situation is killing me internally. We have to raise our heads and analyze what happened. I can’t speak. in 45 minutes of the reasons for this failure ”. He continued: “It is difficult to explain what happened, since the beginning of the session we have not translated the opportunities that were available to us and the doubt is spreading. in we. There are things you don’t know, Mahrez didn’t take advantage of a special vacation and I bear the responsibility of including it in all the matches of the first round “. Belmadi confirmed that his focus was on the African Nations Cup and not on the decisive role that qualifies for the World Cup, acknowledging that the “Greens” have not achieved the desired results. Belmadi hinted at the possibility of his departure from the “Greens” when he said that the most important thing is the team, not the people, noting that everything that has happened will be analyzed and that everyone must assume their responsibilities. Interestingly, Algeria, which won the African Nations Championship that took place in Egypt in 2019 scored a point in 3 games until last place in the fifth group, led by the Ivory Coast with 7 points, one point in Equatorial Guinea, which accompanied it in the second round, while Sierra Leone finished third, more than the runner-up. Two points to deposit is also the tournament. (Dpa)