We Won't Run To Government To Pay New Coach - Algeria FA President
Algeria FA president Mohamed Raouraoua has insisted the football federation will not run to government to pay for a new coach.
Algeria are shopping for a replacement for Serb Milovan Rajevac after he resigned following a disappointing 1-1 draw at home with Cameroon.
But Raouraoua has made it very clear they will not break the bank or ask government to help them for a new coach.
"We cannot recruit coaches to pay 400 or 500,000 euros a month, I cannot give a salary of 5 or 6 million to a national coach,” he told ENTV in an interview.
“FAF work within their means and will not go to government to help in paying a coach as we have not done that since 2009.”
Several top French coaches including Rolland Courbis, Alain Perrin and Paul Le Guen have been linked with the vacant Algeria post.
Africa’s leading team will be away to Nigeria next month in continuation of the qualifying series for the 2018 World Cup.