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FOOTBALL – As the 2019 release of the Nations of Africa (CAN) 2019 opens in Egypt on June 21 and continues until July 19, competing teams are increasingly putting pressure on the competition. For all teams? According to Faycal Fajr, there is no interview with Morocco France Football.
When asked what goal the Atlas Lions set themselves in Egypt, the midfielder was sure to say: "No pressure, pressure. We know that we have a top group that lives well, works well. Family! We know why we're going. We're going to show what we can and as far as possible.
The footballer also awakens the power that drives him and his teammates and who finds a lot of its source in "love for his own country". "I am ready to die for the country in my country. Rage is in me, and I always have it. And it's even worse when I use Morocco to Jersey. It is something that goes beyond me and makes me even stronger (…) Once you have your country, you feel We are doing everything we can to get Morocco to the maximum, ”Fayçal Fajr promises.
The latter also raises during the interview a relationship that binds him to Hervé Renard, a coach who "can have a hard picture, but (who) knows how to be hard and cool if necessary. He has this midfield," said one who is currently developing at the French Club SM in the colors of Caen. "He came, he did something to happen, he clicked, he knows the African mentality, he knows how it goes. He has achieved his goals, he has achieved, "continues Fayçal Fajr to talk about the national coach.
Fayçal Fajar also discusses links between national team players: "It speaks all languages, speaks Spanish, French, Arabic, English. This is only useful. It looks like you're at school, you learn new languages. It's beautiful. We are always happy to meet you It's fine, he says.
The fans of the Moroccan national team have mowed their eyes on the team of their hearts in a few days, and it is increasingly expected that "the first and only Moroccan crown" will return to 1976, " France Football.
Before the Atlantic Lions arrived in Egypt, they suffered two losses in friendly matches against the Gambia (1-0) and then against Zambia (2-3). In the CAN group, the national team meets the other teams in the group (D): Namibia (23 June), Côte d'Ivoire (28 June) and South Africa (1 July).