Africa Nabil Maaloul: “I ​​will go if we don’t qualify for the 2014 World Cup …”

The new coach of the Carthage Eagles is a demanding man. To itself and to its first players. Evidence through the remarks in an interview with Jeune Afrique.

Previews.

“I signed a two year contract. But I’ll leave if we do not qualify for the 2014 World Cup … “

The main lines of his work

“I’ll meet players, contact, travel to see abroad. From what I know, the atmosphere was not very good in the group. There was a lot of indiscipline. This is a problem Tunisian, but I can assure you that I will make sure that discipline reigns. In South Africa, it is not only well, the team did not play well. We need to move things shake habits … “

“I do not have the time nor the desire to change everything. But I’m trying to convince Karim Haggui to come back in selection [defender Hanover Eagles former captain, announced his international retirement after the 2012 AFCON, Ed]. I will also speak with Yassine Ikari (Sochaux) … “

“There is also the case of Sapphire Taïder (Bologna). He was born in France [he played for the Blues in the youth categories, Ed], he can play either for her or for Algeria because his mother is Algerian, or to Tunisia, country of origin his father. His brother Nabil is Tunisian international. I hope to convince him. And I will also be by the end of the week my technical staff. “

Read also :

http://en.africatopsports.com/2013/02/18/tunisia-the-technical-staff-expected-in-the-coming-days/

http://en.africatopsports.com/2013/02/15/tunisia-nabil-maaloul-is-the-new-coach-of-the-carthage-eagles/


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