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Algeria FA have appointed former Ghana coach Milovan Rajevac  as their head coach succeeding French Christian Gourcuff  who resigned in April.

According to the Algeria FA, Rajevac, 62, who was fondly called ‘Milo’ during his successful time in Ghana, has been tasked to meet these two targets, qualify the country to the 2018 World Cup and reach at least the semi-final of the 2017 AFCON.

The Serbian’s appointment was announced on Sunday 26th  by the Algerian Football Federation.

Rajevac has succeeded French Christian Gourcuff, who left amicably in April after the Desert Foxes’ second-leg match against Ethiopia, the fourth day of the African Cup of Nation 2017 qualifiers.

Group of death

Algeria are in ‘Group of Death’ for Russia 2018 alongside Nigeria, Cameroon and Zambia.

Courtesy of Futaa.Com

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