José Anigo the former Olympique de Marseille coach is set to sign for Mouloudia d'Alger. It is heralded that the coach is set to sign an 18-month contract with the Algerian club, according to the newspaper El Watan.
Jose Anigo is set to be appointed coach of Mouloudia d'Alger, according to L'Équipe, which quotes La Provence. The former Olympique de Marseille player and sporting director would then come to a club where expectations are high.
Indeed, the ex-coach of the Marseille first team (in 2004 and then in 2013-2014) will already have to be given free rein. In the immediate future, his mission could be to help Mouloudia Club d'Alger get back on track, should they qualify for the quarter-finals of the African Champions League. MCA still needs a point next Saturday at Esperance of Tunis, already qualified. Despite a three-point lead over Zamalek, the Algerians are not assured of finishing second in Group D. The Egyptians will host Teungueth FC, who are last and eliminated.
However, according to Sport24, he is expected to take charge of the group from next week. But Anigo will be expected to lift Mouloudia to a much better position than 11th in the Algerian league. It would be a nice way to forget his last experience on the bench for a club. He had only stayed at Panionios (in Greece) for six months in 2018. Before being in charge of recruitment at Nottingham Forest.