German coach Ralph Rangnick, a promising Tunisian player Hannibal Majfri, is in the youth squad and will join the first team permanently by the end of this year, the club’s official website said on Friday.
Hannibal resumed his training session on Thursday after playing with Tunisia in the Arab Cup hosted by Qatar, during which time the “Carthage Eagles” lost 0-2 in the final against Algeria.
“Hannibal trained here for the first time since I returned from the Arab Cup. Unfortunately for him and me he will leave us and go to participate in the African Nations Cup next January,” Runknick said in a statement from the club’s official. Website.
The 18-year-old Hannibal showed his best positions with the Tunisian national team during the Arab Cup in Qatar, where he won the Best Player award in two matches and helped Carthage Eagles reach the final.
“I watched the final before he was transferred and I am fully aware that there is another talented player from the youth team and I hope he continues to train with us after the African Nations Cup. Team.”
Ranknick’s policies are based on the club’s commitment to supporting emerging talents from the academy, and have helped introduce players such as Charlie Chavez, Zidane Iqbal, Dayton Munchee, Shula Shorter and Anthony Illanga to the Swiss squad against the Young Boys. League.
“I think it’s always been part of the club’s DNA, it’s been under Sir Alex Ferguson for 27 years,” Ranknick said.
The coach continued: “It’s not just about the youngsters, it’s about the talent and the right personality and mindset. Important.
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