Opposition Watch : Waseige-Not All Algerians want Wilmots


The former Head Coach of Algeria, Robert Waseige, gave some advice to his compatriot, Marc Wilmots,Who is in pole position to succeed Serbian Milovan Rajevac,Who resigned from his post after a deep uneasiness with his players. Considered the favourite for the job.
Waseige says only that he is a trained international coach that meets the profile sought by the FAF to become head coach of the team of Algeria. "I wish he will relaunch his coaching career.It is a shame that he is no longer the Belgium National team Coach.

"Honestly, he can't succeed with Algeria", stated on Dhnet.be.
Continuing his statements to the Belgian press, the ex of the national team, Robert Waseige, acknowledges that hisbcompatriot could be the man to lead Algeria: "it did not surprise me that Wilnots profile appeals to the president of the Algerian Federation.Marc is authoritarian. "He is a born motivator that can be able to lead the band behind him".

Questioned by the belgian media on the advice for compatriot if he had to finalize with the president of the Algerian football Federation, Mohamed Raouraoua, Robert Waseige didn't hesitate to put some reservations on the stay waiting Marc Wilmots, in which case he would become national coach:"Before signing his contract,he must study all the parameters of his stay.When i was there,I wasn't given sufficient attention. I lived in a villa in the area protected from diplomats. Never coming out, I must confess,I was boring".

Of course criticized by much of the Algerian public, the press and observers, Robert Waseige, who fits as one more bad breeders history passages of the, guard a bad memory of his separation with FAF in 2004, after a humiliating elimination against Gabon at home.So, he called Wilmots to prepare for any unpleasant surprise: "if he's interested, Marc will have to find occupations to fill his spare time. This experience, exotic, could open his eyes.He must know that everyone will not necessarily benevolent towards him. Next to the dedication to the national cause, he will also face assistants looking for an individual recognition."

After a very brief passage as the head of the Algerian selection, Robert Waseige, who coached the desert foxes with an elimination very hard to swallow in 2004 against Gabon reflects on the experience it was a big failure not to qualify for the World Cup. We definitely lost it in the fifth of the six qualifying matches. The collaboration had, therefore, no reason to continue. We parted without sound and without tears.

Photo Credit : alchetron.com

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