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It’s over … Algeria naturalizes the French national team

London – “Al-Quds Al-Arabi”: French sources with good credibility confirm that the Algerian Football Association is completing the routine procedures to naturalize two children of immigrants in France, after the Franco-Algerian duo approved the transfer of football citizenship from the rooster national team to the desert warriors. And the “France 24” network said, in what defined the exclusive news, that the two former French nationals, Rayan Ait Nouri and Houssem Aouar, have actually decided to “transfer the sporting citizenship and officially join the Algerian national team”, after a period of contacts with the officials of the Algerian Federation , led by the head of the institution Jahid Zefzaf., and also with the national elector Djamel Belmadi. And the same report stated that the Wolverhampton defender and the French Lyon midfielder “officially” signed a request for the transfer of sports citizenship and, in turn, the president of the Algerian Federation, Zefzaf, transferred these two written requests directly to the Secretary general of the International Football Association, to ensure the completion of routine procedures. prove of the Desert Warriors in schedule for November. According to the same source, Zefzaf and Belmadi managed to persuade the Franco-Algerian players to join the camp of their fathers and grandfathers, instead of losing their international future, especially after Aouar contented himself with appearing once with Didier Deschamps, and it was two years ago in friendly, while Nouri’s career with France was interrupted, after benefiting from him in the youth and youth teams. And if things go as planned, Nuri and Hossam will be the latest beneficiaries of the recent changes to the FIFA Law, enacted in 2009, which give players the right to change their sporting nationality, if they meet certain conditions, including not exceeding the number of sporting Some matches, in addition to not playing a world cup, have helped Mounir El Haddadi to change nationality from Spanish to Moroccan native, after years of abandonment with the La Roja national team.


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