JS Kabylie’s yellow and green team succeeded in the impressive operation of the day, raising their capital points to 11 units after 8 days of the tournament.
The victory they achieved last Saturday over MCO allowed them to reduce the gap to only 3 points with the two teams that share second place in the standings, namely PAC and MCEB. A great operation that allows them to regain calm in anticipation of the upcoming matches, starting with next Friday’s match against ESBA. It must be said that the first positive point of this win last Saturday is that the Kabyles will be able to prepare without pressure for the next match at home which will pit them against the newly promoted Ligue 1 side, who have had to live with this. The pressure on results since the beginning of last season, as he was forced to wait until the final days of the tournament to be able to ensure his continued presence among the elite. This scenario was almost repeated this year, with the bad results achieved that almost concealed the worst for the Canaries, before the team returned to the right track and returned to success during the last match, which it won away from home against Oran. The leaders and the fans feel relieved after the return of the three points from Bahia City, and everyone fears the scenario of last season, where the team miraculously saved itself from relegation.
After the cleaning session that took place the day after the match against Mouloudia Algiers, Slim Bouchinchouch’s teammates yesterday continued their second training session this week without benefiting from a rest day. Yesterday afternoon, coach Rui Almeida regrouped his forces to get to work, in anticipation of the next confrontation against ES Ben Aknoun scheduled for Friday at 6 pm at the Du 1 Stadium.any-November-1954. This second training session of the week began at exactly four in the afternoon, and took place in a very good atmosphere, which allowed the Portuguese coach and his teammates to get off to a good start in preparing for the next match, with the aim of achieving another victory and achieving victory. Confirmation of the recent performance achieved on the road against MCO.
Players feel liberated
Under the pressure of results, after two defeats away from home to ES Setif and Chabab Morocco and then a draw at home to USB, the companions of Kasila Bwalya feel completely liberated after their victory in the trip over Ouarani 1-3, which is the third victory this season after the first two against NCM on the road and in USM Algiers. At home. However, they are determined to redouble their efforts to feel prepared next Friday when they host an ESBA side who sit bottom of the standings with just two points in 8 matches. Portuguese coach Rui Almeida, in his usual pre-training briefing, briefly returned to the success he achieved last Saturday, before expanding on the importance of the upcoming matches, including the match against Ben Aknoun, where victory remains inevitable to get closer to the podium.