Algeria national football team coach Djamel Belmadi announced on Friday the “Desert Warriors” squad that will compete in the African Nations Cup in Cameroon between January 9 and February 6.
The 28-man squad witnessed the return of Qatari Al Rayyan and Al Gharafa players Yassin Ibrahimi and Mahdi Taherat, who contributed to Algeria’s victory in the Arab Football Cup in Doha on December 18.
Belmadi’s list also included his striking strength, Manchester City’s Riyad Mahrez, Islam Slimani (Lyon, France), Rami bin Sabaini (Borussia Monchengladbach, Germany), and Qatari Al Sadd player Baghdad Bounedjah, and others.
The Algerian national team was placed in Group E, along with Ivory Coast, Equatorial Guinea, and Sierra Leone.
Here is the list of the 28 players:
Rais Mbolhi (Saudi Agreement), Alexandre Okija (French Metz), Mustafa Zaghba (Saudi Damak).
Ramy Ben Sabaini, Jamal Ben Al Omari (Qatar Qatar), Youssef Attal (Nice, France), Reda Halaymeh (Belgium Berchot Villerick), Issa Mandy (Villarreal, Spain), Abdelkader Badran (Esperance of Tunisia), Mahdi Taherat, Mohamed Amine Togai (Esperance). Tunisian), Hussein Ben Ayada (Tunisian Etoile du Sahel), Elias Shetty (Tunisian Esperance).
Ismael bin Nasser (AC Milan), Adam Zerkan (Charleroi of Belgium), Ramez Zerrougui (Twente of the Netherlands), Sofiane Feghouli (Galatasaray in Turkey), goalkeeper Bekila (Brest, France), Sufian bin Dabke (Saudi Conquest).
Farid Wilayat (French Metz), Islam Slimani, Baghdad Bounedjah, Riyad Mahrez, Youssef Belaili (free player), Said Benrahma (West Ham, England), Adam Ounass (Napoli, Italy), Mohamed El-Amin Amora (Lugano, Switzerland), Yassine Ibrahimi.
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