Algeria FA president Mohamed Raouraoua has insisted the football federation will not run to government to pay for a new coach.
Algeria are shopping for a replacement for Serb Milovan Rajevac after he resigned following a disappointing 1-1 draw at home with Cameroon.
But Raouraoua has made it very clear they will not break the bank or ask government to help them for a new coach.
“We cannot recruit coaches to pay 400 or 500,000 euros a month, I cannot give a salary of 5 or 6 million to a national coach. FAF work within their means and will not go to government to help in paying a coach as we have not done that since 2009.”
Several top French coaches including Paul Le Guen have been linked.