Doha – “Al Quds Al Arabi”: national voter Jamal Belmadi received a good dose of good news, in change of a possible shock, while the Algerian national team waited in the capital of Qatar, Doha, in preparation of the campaign for the defense of the Africa Cup, which will be hosted by Cameroon starting next weekend. According to the local newspaper “Al-Nahar”, the protagonist of the Arabian Cup, Youssef Blaili, was the first to participate in the group exercises on Friday, after recovering from the Corona virus, to double his chances of catching up. with the friendly Gambia match, which will be held on Saturday evening at the “Suhaim bin Hamad” stadium, in the first contact before heading to Cameroon. The list of healed before settling on the list that will represent the Greens in “Al-Kan” included Sufian Feghouli, after the results of the medical examinations he underwent this morning, which confirmed his final disposition of the injury, for to reserve his place significantly in the Green Mission, together with Islam Soleimani. , who also recovered from the crisis of fatigue, which prevented him from participating in the exercises on Thursday, according to the same source. As for the newspaper “Al-Shorouk”, he explained what Madi said about the possibility of the absence of one of the leading elements of the team from the African Championship, that of the duo, Rami bin Sabaini or Islam Soleimani, was expected, but after the presence of quest’last in the session on Friday, doubts about the fate of the Monchengladbach player multiplied, until proven otherwise in the next few hours and days. Whether the Algerian national team plays the Gambia or agrees on the decision to cancel, as Belmadi indicated in the last press interview, the desert warriors will have an appointment with a second friendly next Wednesday against Ghana, to be followed by the away Cameroon, where the champion in charge will begin his career by facing the trio of Sierra Leone, Guinea, Tropical and Ivory Coast, for the fifth group.
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