MCA players boycott the training


Mouloudia Algiers, competitor in the local professional soccer league, announced the players ’boycott of training on Monday evening to protest the delay in their financial dues.

The club said that its president, Abdel Nasser Almas, met with the players to persuade them to reverse the decision to strike.

He added that the board of directors would announce a new coach within the next few hours to succeed Abdul Qadir Amrani, who resigned from his post. Amrani and his assistant, Lotfi Amrouche, have officially left the club, and local media reports said Frenchman Jose Anego is close to coaching MCA.

Mouloudia is ranked 11th in the Algerian league with 25 points from 16 games, 11 points behind leaders ES Setif, who played 17 games.

The team also qualified for the quarter-finals in the African Champions League.


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