NT: Argentina’s FA outlines conditions for Morocco-Argentina March 26 friendly
By The Atlas Lions, Mar 5 2019 02:45PM
Moroccan national soccer team players are forbidden to commit charges on Lionel Messi or take photos with the Argentine superstar during the Morocco-Argentina friendly game.
The Football Association (FA) of the Latin American country has outlined the conditions to its Moroccan counterpart, according to local daily Al Akhbar.
Moroccan players, a source from the Moroccan FRMF told the daily, should not take photographs with Messi after the match nor use excessive force against the FC Barcelona legend.
The terms signed between the two federations also include ban on fans to take selfies with the Argentine captain.
The two countries will lock horns on March 26 in Tangiers as part of FIFA international friendlies. The FRMF, according to the source, is also forbidden to disclose the name of the hotel to host the Argentine squad.
It should also charter a private jet to fly Messi and his teammates from Spain where they will be gathering for preparation before the match.
Moroccan authorities should also provide security for the visitors throughout their stay in the North African country.
The Argentine FA on the other side will ensure that Messi plays at least for 60 minutes.