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Walid Regragui’s Unsettling Dream After the Moroccan National Team

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Walid Regragui, manager of the Moroccan national team, revealed his biggest dream after leaving the Atlas Lions in the coming years.

Waleed Al Rakraki, 47, garnered headlines during the 2022 FIFA World Cup Final in Qatar when he led his country, the Atlas Lions, to the World Cup semi-finals, an unprecedented Arab and African achievement in history.

“When will the first Arab or African coach get a job in the English Premier League? It is always difficult for African coaches in Europe,” said Walid Rakraki in a BBC commentary.

He added: “The last World Cup showed that we can do it, but we are waiting for the owner or club president who has the courage to give us this opportunity.”

And he continued: “Of course, working in the English Premier League has been a goal for me from the very beginning of my career. I am definitely working on this dream.”

Rekraghi concluded his remarks by saying: “The Moroccan national team has presented everything it has at the World Cup and shown the world what it has and our goal is to continue like that.”

Morocco topped the Group F standings at the 2022 World Cup in Qatar after a goalless draw with Croatia, beating Belgium with two unanswered goals and also beating Canada by two goals to one.

Morocco delivered a big surprise by knocking Spain out of the final World Cup trophy by beating them 3-0 on penalties and continuing the series of surprises by knocking Portugal out of the quarter-finals. , defeating him for the sole purpose.

The Moroccan national team lost to their French counterpart with two unanswered goals in the semi-final round of the tournament, and then lost to Croatia (1-2) and finished fourth in the World Cup.

Source: agencies

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