The Algerian national football team has recently gone through a disappointing 2017 AFCON journey as they were knocked out in …
Leicester City winger Riyad Mahrez scored a double that earned his side Algeria a point during their duel against Zimbabwe …
Algeria manager Georges Leekens claims that he is extremely disappointed with his team’s inability to win against Nigeria, but he also went on to say that Nigeria were one of the toughest opposition.
MilovanRajevac took charge of the Algerian national football side for 2 matches, because of this extremely short time lapse that Rajevac spent at the helm it has forced the Algerian side on having to act quickly and find a new manager.
Defending champions of the English Premier League lost the third round of the EFL Cup match against Chelsea 4-2.
The head coach of the side Claudio Ranieri gave two main reasons for the loss to the Blues. Ranieri claimed the loss was because the Foxes allowed Chelsea to come back in the first half despite going up twice. He said the red card of Marcin Wasilewski was also a game changer.
Algerian international Riyad Mahrez has committed his future to Leicester City by signing a new four-year contract.
The reigning PFA Player of the Year has been subjected to numerous transfer rumours linking him with Arsenal. The Gunners identified him as a key transfer target while there was also interest from Europe as well. However, Leicester City have been able to convince the 25-year-old that staying at the King Power stadium is the right decision for all parties concerned.Mahrez has had one great season with Leicester and moving now would have been a major gamble.
The Algerian National Football Association was left in a shock when Christian Gourcuff announced that he would be stepping down a few months ago.
With the Premier League comes to an end and the new season having begun, many teams have reshuffled their players or are in the process of doing so as well as changing their managers and coaches.
West Ham United have wasted no time in strengthening the squad for the summer, after they announced that the arrival of Algerian winger Sofiane Feghouli on a free transfer.
After leaving Spanish outfit Valencia, Sofiane Feghouli has been looking for a new home. He will be on the books of West Ham at least for the next three years. The 26-year-old will provide substantial strength to the wings. Manager Slaven Bilic was looking to strengthen this area since it did not look like the permanent deal for keeping Victor Moses was going to happen.
Christian Gourcuff has resigned from his post as the Algerian national team boss.