Algeria – Former national team playmaker Djamel Belmadi officially succeeds Madjer as head of the Greens.
Indeed, the president of the Algerian Football Federation Kheireddine Zetchi found, Wednesday, August 1, an agreement with Djamel Belmadi, after a meeting in Paris, said the FAF on his Twitter account. Djamel Belmadi signs a contract for a period of three years, until 2022.
Belmadi, a former Olympique de Marseille and Manchester City player, among others, led Al-Duhaïl to win the Championship Cup double, without suffering the slightest defeat in addition to a qualification for the quarter-finals of the Asian Champions League last season. He has given way to Tunisia's Nabil Maouloul, who led the Tunisian team at the last 2018 World Cup in Russia.
Djamel Belmadi is the new coach of the Algerian national team following the agreement found between him is the president of the FAF, Mr. Khireddine Zetchi. That happened Wednesday, August 1, 2018 in Paris where the two men had made an appointment. #TeamDZ #LesVerts pic.twitter.com/WQrHxenArI
– The Greens of Algeria (@LesVerts) August 2, 2018