Wednesday, April 7, 2021
Algerian press reports revealed that the management of Mouloudia Club has withdrawn its contract with French coach Jose Anego to lead the Algerian team during the coming period.
Abdelkader Amrani was the head of the technical leadership of the Mouloudia team after losing to Zamalek with two unanswered goals in the fifth round of the group stage of the CAF Champions League competition.
According to the Algerian newspaper “El Khabar”, the management of Mouloudia club decided to withdraw from the contract with Anigo, who had previously led Esperance.
Mouloudia Algeria is preparing to face Esperance next Saturday as part of the sixth round of the CAF Champions League competition.
The Algerian team needs to come out with only one point in order to obtain the second card to qualify for the quarter-finals of the continental competition.
On the other hand, the Zamalek team hopes for a new fall for the Mouloudia team, with a victory over the Senegalese team, Twainigt, in order to snatch the qualifying card.
The fourth group ranking comes as follows before the start of the sixth and final round: Esperance (10 points) – Mouloudia (8 points) – Zamalek (5 points) – Twinget (4 points).