DAYS before the kick off of the African Cup of Nations which is taking place in South Africa, the editor of Almountakhab- a twice-a-week Sports specialist paper– Mr Badreddine El-Idrissi analyses, explains, argues, and excels skillfully and expertly in visualizing different footbalistic strategies and tactics of different African national teams in this CAN 2013.
The Moroccan sports critic have showed great analytic abilities which made him a stunning star in the plato of « The Evening Show »-special for commenting and analyzing African Nations’ Cup matches.
Besides other interesting critics and match commentators in the studio. Starting first of all with tv host, Khawla Lach-hab who showed great discussion skills made her studio one of the most successful ones during the whole CAN; we find also funny and helarious Tunisian sports journalist Fathi Miloudi, Aljazeera commentator Youssef Benwa’adia, his fellow countryman Aljazeera commentator Hafid Darraji, and Issam Chaouali the Tunisian commentator.
Back to our sports icon, Badreddine, not only does he take the lion’s share in the platform, but he also leaves no single point unrevealed. He spells down almost every business of the game.The man has got a special eye for noticing very small features that made him ahead of his colleagues.
Meanwhile, many fans around the Arab world and from all over expressed great enthusiasm and affection towards this Moroccan superstar in the field of written and audio-visual sports media.
To be brief,he is interesting, unique, and his analyses and critiques are inspiring and ear catching.
So, more success for Moroccans wherever and whatsoever their business is.
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