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Fennec Foxes robbed



The Algerian delegation has announced that they their rooms were burglarized in their hotel near Rustenburg before their clash against Tunisia.

According to the Algerian media the team delegation was robbed three hours before their 0-1 defeat against their Northern Africa rival on Tuesday.

”The players found that their money and valuables had been stolen when they returned to their rooms , but they did not have enough time to talk with the police before leaving for the game. Everybody is sad and furious and questions why this could happen despite all the so called security here.” Algerian TV announced.

The Fennec Foxes after their defeat to Tunisia, now face a crucial game against Group leaders Ivory Coast on January 30 at the Royal Bafokeng Stadium.



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