“It’s a great pride”: the emotion of Agenais de cœur Amir Abdou after the Comoros qualified for CAN 2022

Posted on 3/25/2021 at 5:28 pm, updated on 3/26/2021 at 12:30 pm

The essentials Even if Amir Abdou refutes the term of office given the results his selection has seen since he took office as coach 8 years ago, it is indeed a historic achievement that the Comoros have just achieved by qualifying for a major for the first time International competition. The draw against Togo, 0-0 this Thursday afternoon in Moroni, allows the Coelacanths to validate their ticket for Cameroon, where the CAN will take place in January 2022. Amir Abdou gave an interview to La Dépêche du Midi in which he does not forget to thank those who accompanied him in his first steps as an educator and then as a trainer between Lot-et-Garonne and Tarn-et-Garonne.

Agenais de cœur Amir Abdou went through all the emotions this week. From his anger a few days ago when he thought he had been robbed of several players for the crucial game to qualify for CAN2022, to the immense joy that hugged him that Thursday afternoon. “We played small arms but we made it”, in the heat of a hectic locker room after the decisive 0, to … tie.