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Final Algeria squad

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Algeria squad:

Goalkeepers: Lounes Gaouaoui (ASO Chlef), Faouzi Chaouchi (Entente Setif), Rais M Bolhi (Slavia Sofia, Bulgaria)

Defenders: Abdelkader Laifaoui (Entente Setif), Madjid Bougherra (Rangers, Scotland), Carl Medjani (Ajaccio, France), Rafik Halliche (Nacional Madeira, Portugal), Anther Yahia (Bochum, Germany), Habib Belaid (Boulogne-sur-Mer, France), Nadir Belhadj (Portsmouth, England), Djamel Mesbah (Lecce, Italy)

Midfielders: Hassan Yebda (Portsmouth, England), Medhi Lacen (Racing Santander, Spain), Yazid Mansouri (Lorient, France), Adlene Guedioura (on loan at Wolverhampton, England from Charleroi, Belgium), Riad Boudebouz (Sochaux, France), Djamel Abdoun (Nantes, France), Fouad Kadir (Valenciennes, France), Karim Ziani (Wolfsburg, Germany), Karim Matmour (Borussia Moenchengladbach, Germany)

Strikers: Abdelkader Ghezzal (Siena, Italy), Rafik Djebbour (AEK Athens, Greece), Rafik Saifi (Istres, France)

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algeria have a final game tomorrow against UAE in germany.

Boudebouz was the only guy who looked positive in the ireland game, he was a france under 21 international and looks pretty decent.

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I work at wolves so i seen that Guedioura play a few times. He looks quite decent in midfield and they got a permanent deal for him now

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yea he played pretty good against ireland but we had him at right back cos of injuries, hopefully in the world cup he goes back to midfield.

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Saifi 'slapped female journalist'

A female journalist has claimed Algeria footballer Rafik Saifi slapped her in the face after his side were knocked out of the World Cup.

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"I was waiting for the Algerian players. When Saifi came I just moved away. I felt a hit," Asma Halimi told BBC World Service.

The journalist, who works for Algerian newspaper Competition, said she had a disagreement with Saifi a year ago.

"I will make [a] complaint with Fifa and the police," she added.

The BBC World Service's Richard Connelly witnessed the incident in the mixed zone - an area where journalists and players congregate - after the match.

"Rafik Saifi slapped the face of journalist Asma Halimi," said Connelly.

"She hit him back as a reflex. He then threw a bottle of sports drink which missed and had to be restrained from attacking her again."

The BBC understands the altercation comes after a year of bad feelings between the pair.

Halimi told Connelly that Saifi had taken exception to an interview that she translated and published in her newspaper.

An Algerian federation spokesman said he had no information about the incident and so could not comment.

Fifa spokesman Nicolas Maingot said that he had not yet heard about the incident, but was also yet to receive an official report.

He declined to comment on the incident but said: "It's clear the values of fair play apply not only on the pitch, but off the pitch as well."

The Algerians had just been knocked out of the World Cup after losing to an injury-time goal by Landon Donovan of the United States.

What was said in the interview?

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duno what was said in the interview but women need a slap sometimes.

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