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World Cup Carthaginian Eagles

Tunisia’s World Cup Carthaginian preparations will begin on Monday, November 7 in the Saudi city of Dammam and will go until November 13 before departing for Qatar on November 14. They will meet fellow World Cup finalists Iran in a friendly match on November 16 as part of their preparations. Tunisia kicks up their World Cup Carthaginian campaign against Denmark, followed by a match against Australia, before finishing the group stage against France.

World Cup Carthaginian

Tunisia and its supporters have been anxiously awaiting the start of the World Cup Carthaginian.

This follows Fifa’s warning to the Tunisian Football Federation that the country’s participation in the 2018 World Cup Carthaginian might be jeopardized. The warning came after what looked to be government meddling in the sport’s administration.

In televised speech, federation president Wadie Al-Jari remarked, “About the potential of Fifa suspending Tunisian football activities before the World Cup? The sun’s rays are scorching, but we will transform any bad energy into good.”

“Focus on Tunisia to monitor the continent of Africa, North Africa, and the Arabs,” he continued. “Our concentration is on preparing for the World Cup, and Tunisia will honor the Arabs and Africans,” he added. This is not the only source of concern for Tunisian supporters. Another source of worry is that the coach of the Tunisian national team has little or no international experience at the World Cup Carthaginian.

The Tunisian Federation tasked Jalel Kadri with taking on Mali in the last round of World Cup qualifying.

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World Cup Carthaginian

Al-Qadri returned with a 1-0 victory against Mali before they drew 0-0 in Tunisia to qualify for the sixth time. Following that near escape, Tunisian supporters are skeptical about Kadri’s ability to lead the national team.

“We know the challenge is enormous, but I have faith in the squad and our aims are lofty, and there is no space for despair or pessimism,” Al-Qadri said after the April finals draw. Tunisia national team great Youssef Msakni will no sure exploit his experience playing in Qatari stadiums to make up for missing the last Fifa World Cup due to injury.

Msakni faced the prospect of missing the in Qatar 2022 for the second time in September after sustaining a knee injury while playing for Al Arabi against Umm Salal in the Qatar Stars League. He left the field in discomfort, but testing revealed no major long-term injury. In a friendly encounter against Brazil in September, the 32-year-old featured for Tunisia in a 5-1 defeat.

Meanwhile, Wahbi Khazri of Montpellier, who guided Tunisia to World Cup qualifying, will be held in high regard. The 31-year-old is considered as the squad’s most significant player. The French-born striker, who wears No. 10 for Tunisia, also plays as an offensive midfielder and is presently placed second on the Carthage Eagles’ list of greatest scorers through the ages, having scored 24 goals in 70 international appearances since his debut in 2013.

Ali Elkabi talked to SuperSport.com on Tunisia’s chances at the next World Cup. Elkabi took part in the 1978 FIFA World Cup. He scored Tunisia’s first World Cup goal against Mexico. Tunisia won the match 3-1, making it the first time an African side has won a World Cup match.

FAQs (Questions and Answers)

Q: What are your thoughts on Tunisia’s prospects in the next World Cup?

A: It’s a difficult bunch, and there’s a lot of pressure. We must maintain optimism while establishing our personality. In Japan, we played friendly matches and held a friendly competition. And, despite the setback, the Brazil game is a terrific lesson.

We have another encounter against Iran, which we must win in order to build confidence. Our discipline is our greatest asset.

Q: Who do you believe is the best player on the Tunisian national team right now?

We’re not a one-star squad. We don’t have a Salah-type player, but we are a team. Youssef Msakni is the team’s leader, and our power lies in numbers. We play football as a group rather than as individuals.

Q: What are your thoughts on Tunisia’s national team coach?

He is a youthful coach who was given the opportunity and succeeded against the Mali national team. He has training certifications and experience as a skilled trainer. He and his team will perform well in the Word Cup. The first game is critical for Tunisia to advance to the next round.

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