Yesterday, Wednesday, the Algerian football club JS Kabylie reached a preliminary agreement with Moroccan coach Badou Zaki, to train the team in the coming period, to succeed French Henri Stambouli, who was sacked last Monday.
Sources close to the JS Kabylie told the German News Agency (dpa) that Zaki agreed to train the team, suggesting that the two parties contract as soon as possible after understanding all the terms of the contract.
On the other hand, the JS Kabylie administration succeeded in convincing assistant coach Karim Kased to return to the technical staff after he left it weeks ago after a dispute with some club officials.
Kased worked as an assistant coach for French Denis Lavan, last season, in which JS Kabylie won the Algerian League Cup, and lost the CAF Confederation Cup final against Moroccan Raja 1-2.
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