“FAF” intends to transfer some of the capital’s derbies to Blida – New Algeria


The Algerian Football Federation (FAF) intends to hold some capital derbies at the Mustafa Chaker Stadium in the city of Blida, in light of the great pressure imposed on the July 5, 1962 Olympic Stadium, and the “fluctuations” in the readiness of the Nelson Mandela Stadium in Baraki.

Mohamed El Amin Maslouk, Vice President of the Algerian Football Federation, who is temporarily in charge of running the Professional Football Association Championship, revealed that the President of the “FAF”, Walid Sadi, ordered the rehabilitation of the “Mustafa Chaker” stadium, which will give the federation additional solutions regarding the issue of programming the capital’s derbies.

Maslouk explained in statements to Algerian public television, yesterday evening, Saturday, that the Director of Youth and Sports for the state of Blida promised “FAF” to hand over the Mustafa Chaker Stadium “at the beginning of next March.”

Maslouk pointed out that this step would relieve pressure on the “July 5, 1962” Olympic Stadium. By programming a number of capital derbies at “Mustafa Çakir” Stadium.

He pointed out that the programming of the capital’s derbies at Mustafa Cakir Stadium will be in consultation with the relevant clubs.

We note that, after 18 rounds of the national professional football championship, the Mouloudia Algiers team leads the competition standings, with 41 points, minus one match, and a difference of 9 points from the direct pursuit, CS Belouizdad, which is minus two matches.

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