Bakary Gassama is not the only one responsible for Algeria’s defeat by Cameroon in Blida and its failure in the World Cup qualifiers in Qatar. For many, national television also bears some responsibility.
Blame the statements made by Charf Eddine Amara, the resigned president of the Algerian Football Federation.
“The referees responsible for the VAR were unable to restart the match, during Cameroon’s first goal, due to a technical problem. He had already confirmed a few days later the disappointment suffered by the Foxes.
An indictment in good and proper form is no longer with ENTV, which promised to respond to “ignorantDuring a program dedicated to eliminating Jamal Belmadi’s forces.
“FIFA asked us for 10 cameras to film the Greens match against Cameroon, including two cameras on the goal line. ENTV fully followed the instructions of FIFA, and provided three additional cameras without being requested by FIFA”, The director of the meeting reassured Yazid Balqout.
According to ENTV, the video assistant referee has never stopped, contrary to what the president of the Algerian Federation has claimed.
“The VAR referees thanked our teams for the good work they did in this match,” He reassured the national television, which was very pessimistic about the restoration of Algeria’s chances of watching the match.
“There will be nothing on April 21, they will talk about sanctions against supporters. Example: Senegalese fans used lasers during the match against EgyptHis business manager said, and also confirmed that one of the sanctions demanded by Algeria had no place to enter and that the other was just an estimate.