Despite not playing on a regular basis following his free transfer to West Ham from Valencia, Sofiane Feghouli is still a very important part of the Algeria international team.
Drawing against Cameroon in their World Cup qualifier on Sunday, Competition in Algeria are reporting the team aren’t happy in the slightest with their manager Milan Rajevac, to the point where they want him out of a job.
The website claims that after the game, the manager walked into the dressing room saying ‘Good, good’, to which the players answered furiously, telling him to leave because they’d ‘lost two precious points’.
Following this, West Ham winger Feghouli got up, and started having a heated argument with the manager, such was the player’s deception and anger at the result.
Two members of staff had to reportedly break them apart, before Rajevac eventually left the dressing room after every single player asked him to.
Following this, the Algerian FA’s president was brought into the dressing room and told by all the players that he needs to get rid of their manager because they ‘can’t work with him anymore’.
As things stand, no one has been fired, but if any of this is true, something is bound to happen soon.
Let’s just hope Sofiane Feghouli isn’t also unhappy with Slaven Bilic at West Ham, otherwise who knows what he might say.