The national football team will be fully operational from December 27 with the intention of participating in the CAN-2021 African Cup of Nations (postponed to 2022, editors note) to be held in Cameroon (January 9 – February 6). APS Friday from the Algerian Federation (FAF).
All foreign clubs, especially European clubs, must make their international players available for selection to participate in the CAN, including Algeria, from December 27 or ten days before departure for Cameroon.
This is especially true for players who play in England: Riyadh Mahrez (Manchester City) and Syed Benrahma (West Ham), as the English Premier League lasts until January 1, 2022, they will have to be released from their clubs. In the “Boxing Day” menu.
To discuss preparations for national team participation in CAN-2021, the CAF held a videoconference meeting with FAF representatives on Thursday.
During the meeting, CAF officials reviewed all aspects of the African Champions’ stay in the competition with the help of background presentations on accommodation, training sessions, medical component, VAR (video aid for mediation), medical component, doping control, transport, accreditations, marketing, media, media Safety and Security, and many other subjects and specific details, “FAF said on its official website.
An extended list of 30 players must be submitted to the CAF by December 30, 2021, with the possibility of replacing an injured player during the competition. The number of shirts ranges from 1 to 23 or if there are additional players in the selection, specifying the same source.
In addition, each team will benefit from three substitutes during the match and a fourth in extra time. Sideline provided officers with twelve (12) seats, including eight (08), and fifteen (15) seats behind the bench.
Unlike the last CAN-2019 in Egypt, the use of the VAR technique begins this time around with the first match of the first round (group stage) and focuses on four (04) elements: goals, red cards, penalties and recognition of the player being fined.
Plays in Group E with Algeria, Trophy Holder, Sierra Leone, Equatorial Guinea and C కోట్te d’Ivoire. Before challenging Equatorial Guinea on Sunday, January 16, 2022, the “Greens” begin defending their title by facing Sierra Leone at the Zapoma Stadium (2:00 pm, Algerians) on Tuesday, January 11, 2022 in Doula (8:00 pm), and then quote De Ivor, Thursday, January 20, 2022, at the same stadium (5:00 pm).