Among other things, he was the 4-1 win against France B team involved The World Cup 1938, he belonged to the French squad came, there would not be used because on the position of striker Nicolas Jean familiar – and after this tournament Désiré Koranyi. However this figure includes “war championship” (1939-1945) games which were mostly held in separate seasons for the occupied and “free” part of the country, and so are not considered official. Over the season 1944/45 is only known that he attended a game at Olympique, why this was so and whether he took for another club is not to identify so far. Erstdivisionär Olympique Marseille, who since the 1920s was considered a “branch in Algeria”. Since the rain telegram traffic between Marseilles and North Africa was negotiated, among other things a long time on the amount of earnest money payments, the police suspected the preparation of a women’s trade and made the appropriate investigations. The French conquest of Algeria took place between 1830 and 1847. The colonial rule lasted until 1962. As a result, many Algerians loved in France Today. Today, a large number of French-Algerians represent Algeria on the football stage. Before Algeria’s independence, the FLN football team, a team made up by Algerian players based in France was an unofficial national team for the colonial Algeria in its fight for independence.
It is a team made up of Algerian-born players who represented for France, French-born players who represented for Algeria or French players who were of Algerian ethnicity. If there were an All-Time World Cup, this would be the 23 players I would bring to the tournament. He first made a name with Udinese and then, Roma, where he was considered a top defender in the Serie A. In the summer of 2014, he joined Bayern Munich. Zatelli placed himself in these years at Olympique always among the top ten league scorers: 1935/36 9th place with 15 goals, 1936/37 second (28) and 1937/38 Seventh (20). In 1938, moved Zatelli for a transfer fee of 380,000 FF – then league record – to Racing Paris, which he occupied at the end of season in third place in Division 1 and won his second Coupe de France, while he was injured contest only 14 of the 30-point games and also are not used in the Cup final.
The team later became the basis of the first Algerian national team. M’Bolhi was born in Paris, France to a Congolese father and Algerian mother. Again, he was successful and in 1941 champions in the unoccupied part of France, while he scored the goal of the day in the final against AS Saint-Etienne – then the TFC failed on the way to the finals but the winner of the occupied zone, the Girondins AS du Port. Directly afterwards, Marseille, Mario was one of the FPS Zatelli Fédérale Marseille-Provence, in the championship with 15 other regional selections (instead of club teams) in a nationwide round of 9 points Space occupied; Zatelli played only 14 of 30 games and scored twice. In 1943, the championship came in the Südstaffel the first division, both titles are in France, but only as unofficial. This season the club finished in first place in Division 1 of the table; for Mario Zatelli was his second official national championship. Zinedine Zidane is one of the greatest French players of all-time. Excerpt: Jacques Derrida (; French pronunciation: July 15, 1930 – October 9, 2004) was a French Pied-noir philosopher, born in French Algeria.
As for the sport, As early as the first World Cup Finals in 1930, the French Algerians have represented the French national team. Marocaine Casablanca,. Of 1932 and 1934 he won with this team three times. He was centre forward, mainly a poacher type of player but he wasn’t selfish and could make solid pass. Later he was very successful coach and sport director. Son coach était content de le voir briller, et n’était pas inquiet de voir que finalement, c’était peut-être son gardien qui tirait le mieux son épingle du jeu sur la rencontre : “On a poussé pour égaliser, donc on s’est exposé”. Son bilan d’entraîneur à l’OM est grandiose : une accession en D1 (1966), deux Coupes de France (1969-1972) et deux titres de Champion (1971-1972). « Il avait 30 ans d’avance, c’est le plus grand entraîneur de l’histoire de l’OM » confie son avant-centre Josip Skoblar. Ne ralentissant qu’au moment de la sortie de Georges Carnus, Cruyff ne laissa pas passer cette occasion de prendre un avantage qui devait s’avérer définitif, bien qu’il restait encore une demi-heure de jeu (59e). Après cette défaite 2 à 1 dans ce seizième aller, l’OM sera battu aussi au match retour 4 à 1 après avoir ouvert le score par Didier Couecou, avant un nouveau festival de maître Johan, auteur de deux nouveaux buts.