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Football | Tori for Pidgin

Note: this article is written in Pidgin English for a Nigerian audience

Algeria go show earli earli for Afcon

Algeria go be one of d fess countri wey go enta South Afrika for d Nation Cup wey go start for Januari, afta dem bin set Januari 4 as d date wey dem go land.

Na only 18 days we remain make de play dem fess match for Group D and na against dem nebo Tunisia for Rustenburg.

D Algeria Football Federation say dem go assemble deir squad for Januari 2, come carry two days do all d test test wey dem wan do for deir Technical Centa for Sidi Moussa.

Afta dat one dem go trafel inside special eroplane wey dem go charter carry enta South Africa for Januari 4.

Coachee Vahid Halilhodzic say as dem enta, e go gif dem like 5 days make dem finalise d 23 playa wey go represent de, as e come be, dem go carry pass dat number sef so dat dem go wait till lass minute before dem go submit d list becos dem wan see who dey kampe and who get wahala.

Algeria bin lose d lass friendly for house, wey dem play with Bosnia don arrange kaban for KwaMaritane near Sun City but no enta dat side till d 16th..

Dem also arrange friendly match with Bafana Bafana for Gauteng on d

12 of Januari but South African Football Association neva confirm am yet. Algeria dey hope say dem go fit play anoda friendly wit any clubside wey dey dat side either for Januari 17 or 18.

Algeria oda Group D match na against Togo for Januari 26 and Ivory Coast for Januari 30, all for Royal Bafokeng Sport Palace.


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