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He described him as "irresponsible" ... Caldier responds to Belmady!

He described him as “irresponsible” … Caldier responds to Belmady!

Nice (AFP)

Good French coach Christophe Caldier has responded to allegations made by Algerian coach Jamal Madi in the wake of striker Andy Delorz suspending his international career and not taking part with his country in the African Cup of Nations: and we will work.

Belmadi was critical of Telora on Thursday because he wanted his club to play for his country’s national team in the scheduled African Nations Cup in Cameroon early next year.

At a press conference near Algiers, Belmadi said: “Four or five days ago, the player sent me a text message saying he agreed with his club and wanted more of the latter than the national team because he wanted to put his participation in the national team between the doubles for a period of time. “Only one year, so African nations will not participate in the trophy.

Belmadi revealed that he received this information from a third party a month ago, signing a contract with Delorce Nice, confirming that he would not participate in the African Nations Cup.

Caldier was not satisfied Friday with Belmadi’s accusation against Nice about the Algerian coach: I know Jamal Belmadi as a young footballer, he is agitated and irresponsible, he still is.

He advised the Algerian coach to take care of his team and work for us, we are creating an unhealthy and dangerous situation around our club, it is very easy to say that the club does not want to send players to national teams, maybe we should be surprised about the reasons behind the player’s decision.

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Prior to the final edition of the 2019 African Cup of Nations, Telo (30 years) acquired Algerian citizenship, defended the colors of the “Desert Warriors” team and crowned the championship title with him. Delorz did not impose himself as one of the key pillars of Belmadi’s team, which prompted him to focus now on his career with Nice, who signed from Montpellier this season.

Belmadi, in a statement to Radio Monte Carlo on Thursday, said Tellers accept competition in Nice and fights, but he did not accept it in the Algerian national team, which is unfair. He then returned to participate in the World Cup final, which he considered to be “the joke of the year”.

Belmadi was adamant the player should return to the national team: “He will not be called up to the team anymore, maybe a year later, maybe with another coach, I don’t know, but I’m done with things.”

Belmadi regretted the way Delor reported his decision: “These things were not discussed through text messages. I talked to him. We had a stormy conversation. I told him he should not act this way. And his club.”

Belmadi was harshly critical of officials in Nice who did not want African players to go to the Africa Cup.

But Caldier responded to him on Friday: “Nice has always respected the rules and has not avoided expelling players to play for national teams. If there is a world championship that respects Africa, it is the French first division.”