2024 Olympics: Hakimi, Ben Seghir and Rahimi in Sektioui’s final list [Vidéo]

2024 Olympics: Hakimi, Ben Seghir and Rahimi in Sektioui’s final list [Vidéo]
2024 Olympics: Hakimi, Ben Seghir and Rahimi in Sektioui’s final list [Vidéo]

The coach of the Moroccan Olympic football team, Tarik Sektioui, unveiled on Thursday the final list of 22 players selected to take part in the Paris 2024 Olympic Games.

The announcement of this list took place during a press conference organized at the Mohammed VI Football Complex in Maâmora.

This list is marked by the presence of three players aged over 23, namely Achraf Hakimi (Paris Saint Germain), Soufiane Rahimi (Al-Aïn) and Mounir El Kajoui (RS Berkane).

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The men’s Olympic football tournament, which will see the participation of 16 teams, will take place from July 24 to August 9 in Paris. The national team will play in Group B with Argentina, Ukraine and Iraq.

Here is the list of selected players:

— Goalkeepers:

Munir El Kajoui (RS Berkane), Rachid Ghanimi (FUS Rabat), Mohamed Reda Asmama (Union Touarga)

— Defenders:

Achraf Hakimi (Paris SG/France), Ayman El Wafi (FC Lugano/Switzerland), Mehdi Boukamir (Royal Charleroi/Belgique), Akram Nakach (Union Touarga), Zakaria El Ouahidi (KRC Genk/Belgique), Adil Tahif (RS Berkane), Haytam Manaout (Union Touarga)

— Midfielders:

Bilal El Khannouss (KRC Genk/Belgium), Benjamin Bouchouari (AS Saint Etienne/France), Yassine Kechta (Le Havre AC/France), Oussama Targhaline (Le Havre AC/France), Oussama El Azzouzi (Bologna FC/Italy), Amir Richardson (Stade de Reims/France), Mehdi El Moubarik (Al-Aïn/UAE)

— Attackers:

Abdessamad Ezzalzouli (Real Betis/Espagne), Ilias Akhomach (Villarreal/Espagne), Soufiane Rahimi (Al-Ain/Emirates Arab Unis), Eliesse Ben Seghir (AS Monaco), El Mehdi Maouhoub (Raja Casablanca).

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