According to the Algerian newspaper, Al-Shorouk, after reaching an agreement on the term and salary of the French coach, they dismissed the consideration after the club’s fans complained about “criminal precedents, and is limited in terms of technical competence.”
The report explainedThe management of Mouloudia Algeria is heading to keep the coach Abdelkader Amrani, who will continue his duties against Tunisias Esperance next Saturday night.“.
Ingo was scheduled to start his mission after the Esperance match in the African Champions League.
The former French Marseille coach was imprisoned last year on charges of involvement with joining a gang professional organized crime, according to the Algerian newspaper.
The report added, “Before that, in 2013, Jose’s son, Adrien Anejo, was assassinated, and it was rumored that he was the victim of old settling scores in the criminal milieu in Marseille, France, where he had previously been active in a gang.”
Amrani quit coaching Mouloudia after losing to Zamalek 2-0 in Algeria, leaving the team with 8 points in second place in Group D of the 16th round of the CAF Champions League.
Anigo, who played for Marseille, previously coached the French South Club, as well as Esperance, and Anigo led the blood and gold team only for a month in the summer of 2015.
Anejos last coaching assignment in Greece was at Panionos until December 2018, then he took over the talent scouting team at Nottingham Forest until summer 2020.
Zamalek needs to beat Twinjith of Senegal, and Esperance beat Mouloudia, to qualify for the quarter-finals of the tournament that he held the title 5 times before.