By Angu Lesley
Football writer kick442.com-Cameroon
Morocco’s selection of local players will begin the final phase of preparations for the upcoming African Nations Championship, on Monday January 4, at the Mohammed VI Football Complex in Maâmora.
The camp to finalize preparations for the African Nations Championship (CHAN), scheduled from January 16 to 07 February in Cameroon will includes players selected from different Clubs in the country.
Coach Lhoucine Ammouta, has invited 34 players to take part in this camp, the Royal Moroccan Football Federation said in a statement published their website this week.
Here is also the list of 34 players called:
1. Mohamed Amssif (FUS Rabat)
2. Anas Zniti (Raja of Casablanca)
3. Hicham El Majhed (Ittihad of Tangier)
4. Ayoub Lakred (AS FAR)
5. Zouhair Laâroubi ( Renaissance of Berkane)
6. El Mehdi Karnasa (Difaâ d’El Jadida)
7. Réda Selim (AS FAR)
8. Ismail Mokadem (Renaissance of Berkane)
9. Soufiane Bouftini (Hassania d’Agadir)
10. Abdellah Khafifi (Mouloudia d’Oujda)
11 . Abdelkarim Baadi (Renaissance of Berkane)
12. Walid Sebbar (Olympique Safi)
13. Larbi Naji (Renaissance of Berkane)
14. Walid Karti (Wydad of Casablanca)
15. Reda Jaadi (FUS of Rabat)
16. Mohammed Ali Bamaamar (Ittihad from Tangier)
17. Ibrahim Bahraoui (Renaissane de Berkane)
18. Yahya Jabrane (Wydad from Casablanca)
19. Anas Bach (FUS from Rabat)
20. Zakaria Hadraf (Renaissance from Berkane)
21. Adam Neffati (Mouloudia d’Oujda)
22. Hamza Moussaoui (Moghreb of Tétouan)
23. Badie Aouk (Wydad of Casablanca)
24. Abdelilah Hafidi (Raja of Casablanca)
25. Soufiane Rahimi (Raja of Casablanca)
26. Ayoub Kaabi (Wydad of Casablanca)
27. Mohamed Al Makahasi (Raja of Casablanca)
28. Omar Namsaoui (Renaissance of Berkane)
29. Mohammed El Fakih (Maghreb of Fez)
30. Mohamed El Morabit (Chabab Mohammédia)
31. Noah Sadaoui (Raja of Casablanca)
32. Ismail Khafi (Mouloudia Oujda)
33. Achraf Dari (Wydad of Casablanca)
34. Abdelmounaim Boutouil (Chabab Mohammédia)
The team is expected to play a pair of friendly games in Morocco as part of the preparations before traveling to Cameroon for the 16 nations African Nations Championship to run from January 16 to February 7 across four cities in the country.
Morocco are defending champions of the competition going into the sixth edition and they arrive Cameroon on January 13.
The boys of coach Lhoucine Ammounta are in group C of the competition alongside Uganda, Rwanda and debutants Togo.
Copyright (c) 2020 kick442.com
All rights reserved. This material and any other digital content on this platform may not be reproduced, published, broadcast, written, or distributed in full or in part, with out written permission from our management.
This site is not responsible for the content displayed by external sites.