The loss that the Canary team suffered last Saturday against its counterpart, US Biskra, at the 1st of November Stadium in Tizi Ouzou, as part of the seventh day of the Mobilis National Championship, further consolidated the new coach, Rui Almeida.
The latter has not been able to achieve a good result since his arrival at the helm of the club. Two defeats away from home and a draw at home is not a good sign for the Portuguese coach’s future at JS Kabylie. Coach Rui Almeida is already involved in a situation that threatens the stability of the yellow-green house.
The meeting took place on Saturday in front of various stands. The fans, who were numerous during JS Kabylie’s first matches, did not come in large numbers. Recent statements to the press made by Jamaal Menad, JS Kabylie’s sports coach, have in some way sparked a climate of discord within JS Kabylie, especially over recruitment.
It seems that the arrival of the current coach and his staff did not enjoy consensus within the club’s administrative staff. Recent results have highlighted the differences that could destabilize a team at the bottom of the table.
She risks facing the same scenario as last season where she struggled to maintain herself. Moreover, it was narrowly saved after the arrival of Youssef Al Bouzidi at the head of the technical leadership. The Canaries almost lost on Saturday at their base had it not been for the goal scored by the American Biskra player against their camp.
Even with intense preparations during the week, Bukhanshouch’s teammates are still unable to win, even at home. Rui Almeida explains that this situation is linked to his players’ lack of accuracy, as he insisted that they cannot score goals even when they have many chances to score.
He added: Even if the match was not 100% controlled, it must be said that we gave a lot of gifts to the opponent who did not create any clear scoring moves. Rui Almeida said during the traditional press conference at the end of the match: “We did not take advantage of the opportunities we had, and that was due to excessive haste.”
In response to a question about his future in JS Kabylie, the Portuguese technician, clearly under great pressure, confirmed that this falls within the powers of the JS Kabylie president. He answered: “We must ask the president this question,” explaining that the most important thing is to prepare for the match against Mouloudia Algiers scheduled for next Saturday in Oran.