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World Cup: why you should be wary of Morocco with a steel mind and an iron defense

2022-12-13T18:17:36.570Z


DECRYPTION – France faces the Morocco team on Wednesday evening in the semi-finals of the 2022 World Cup which takes place in Qatar. A nice bunch of players.


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After three attempts, the fourth was successful.

Africa has finally placed one of its representatives in the last four of the World Cup, Morocco.

Major feat.

The keys?

These are the ones that the players of Walid Regragui, in office for only three months, have used since the start of the competition.

And in the first place

“the spirit of the team.

We played collectively each time, with the heart, and that's everything, in football",

swears the native of Corbeil-Essonnes, who just has to listen to a press conference to understand why his players are inhabited .

A leader of men, a real one.

Charismatic leader, he inspires his troops, galvanizes them, guides them.

Read alsoAppointed three months before the World Cup, Walid Regragui works miracles with Morocco

Aiming to

"change mentalities",

the former student of Rudi Garcia, Rolland Courbis and Alain Giresse wants above all to convey the idea to his players that reaching the semi-finals should not be enough for their happiness.

“We are not here by chance,

he insists.

We had the most difficult course...

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Source: lefigaro

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