September 4, 2019
The international schedule
During this international break, here is the list of Aiglons who will be playing with their international side.
YOUCEF ATAL, ALGERIA
After returning from injury, Youcef Atal quickly found his feet this weekend against Rennes (1-2 victory). The African champion is therefore understandably joining up with his national side, with whom he won the ACN this summer. On the cards: a friendly against Benin on 9 September in Blida.
KASPER DOLBERG, DENMARK
Le Gym’s new forward has headed off to play for the Danish national side in a bid to add to the 13 caps he is already made for his county. Age Hareide’s side will play in two games away from home: in Gibraltar on 5 September, then in Georgia three days later.
HICHAM BOUDAOUI, ALGERIA U23s
As part of the qualifiers for the U23 ACN, the newest member of the OGC Nice squad will play in two matches against Ghana U23s: the first in Accra (on 6 September) and the second in Algiers (10 September).
BASSEM SRARFI, TUNISIA U23s
Le Gym’s winger will find himself up against one of his club teammates when the Tunisia U23s take on the Cameroon U23s, a side which of course includes... Ignatius Ganago! The match will take place on 6 September in Yaoundé and 10 September in Tunis.
IGNATIUS GANAGO, CAMEROON U23s
The powerful forward has had an exciting start to the season with Le Gym, and will now face his teammate Bassem Srarfi on two occasions (see above).
KHEPHREN THURAM, FRANCE U19s
The first recruit of the transfer window for OGC Nice has been called up to the France U19s side for an international tournament to be held in Slovenia and Croatia. Their opponents? Slovenia in Krsko on 5 September, Croatia in Zagreb two days later, then Russia, again in Krsko on 9 September.
PEDRO BRAZÃO, PORTUGAL U18s
The young Portuguese forward has been called up to the U18s to take part in the Limoges Tournament that will take place between 3 and 8 September.