The African National Congress is starting its “dispute resolution process” in a bid to address the a.
ALGERIA came into the World Cup as underdogs in Group B. But the northern Africans are full of confidence that they can beat the US in their final group match at Loftus Stadium on Wednesday.
"If we can play to our potential then we don't need to be afraid of any opponent. We can then beat anybody," said Algerian midfielder Karim Matmour of German club Borussia Moenchengladbach yesterday after training at the Ugu Sports Centre in San Lameer.
Algeria, back at the World Cup for the first time since 1986, held England to a 0-0 draw for their first point of the tournament though they have yet to score a goal.
Slovenia lead the group with four points while England and US both have two points.
Algerian captain Antar Yahia also believes in his team's chances of beating the US on Wednesday and reaching the Round of 16. "Our strength is playing as a unit on the pitch. If we don't do that we will not beat the US," said Yahia.
Algerian midfielder Mehhi Lacen admits that he is impressed with the morale of the US team. I watched the Americans' games. In the 2-2 draw against Slovenia, they showed after the 2-0 deficit that they can fight back." - Sapa-DPA