“Atlas Cubs” paid tribute to Moroccan football

gouge: "atlas puppies" Honor Moroccan football
Photo: Royal Moroccan Football Federation

Saturday 10 September 2022 – 23:15

Faouzi Lekjaa, president of the Royal Moroccan Football Federation, said the national under-17 football team would have come close to winning the Arab Junior Cup, had it not been for the great pressures it was exposed to in Algeria.

The rector of the university added, after receiving the “cubs” delegation on Saturday at Casablanca’s Mohammed V airport, that “the under-17 team is like national football, and was close to winning the gold medal”. but the great pressures to which the players were exposed affected them”.

He stressed that “the Royal Moroccan Football Association will be willing to provide all the necessary skills for this generation to continue their training in the best way”, and pointed out that “the average age of the players confirms that they are the future of Moroccan football”. “

The “Atlas Cubs” mission arrived at the Mohammed V airport in Casablanca, after participating in the Junior Arab Cup that was held in Algeria, where it was received by a high-level delegation, headed by Faouzi Lekja, president of the Royal Moroccan Football Federation . , and Chakib Benmoussa, Minister of National Education and Initial Education and Sports.

Morocco’s under-17 team had lost the final to Algeria on penalties, after the match’s original time ended with a goal from the same. The meeting witnessed extra-sports events by the players of the Algerian national team, who attacked the “Atlas Cubs”, which led the Arab Federation to impose a harsh sanction on the host country.

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