Morocco Stick With Regragui In Spite Of AFCON ‘Failure’

 Morocco Stick With Regragui In Spite Of AFCON ‘Failure’

Written by Odunayo

Morocco's high hopes in the Ivory Coast were dashed as coach Juan Carlos Garrido Regragui faced disappointment after leading the team to the semi-finals of the 2022 World Cup in Qatar.

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Despite topping their group with two wins and a draw, the Atlas Lions suffered a 2-0 defeat to South Africa in the round of 16.

Regragui took responsibility for the outcome, expressing his failure and commitment to improving.

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Despite his initial statement about stepping down if Morocco didn't reach at least the quarter-finals, the 48-year-old coach will continue in his role.

The Moroccan federation aims to mobilize all resources to ensure the national team's success in the upcoming 2025 AFCON and 2030 World Cup, both hosted in North Africa.

Regragui's AFCON journey faced additional challenges when he was suspended by the Confederation of African Football (CAF) due to an altercation with Congolese defender Chancel Mbemba.

However, this decision was later overturned after an appeal from the Moroccan federation. The coach remains determined to lead the team to future victories and achievements.

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