Although none of the three Arab teams at London 2012 threatened to secure a medal, several players impressed with positive performances. FIFA.com takes a closer look.
Morocco midfielder Houssine Kharja, who has been keen to quit Fiorentina, has had his wish granted by the club.
After a pair of come-from-behind draws in Brazil 2014 qualifying, Morocco captain Houssine Kharja believes the Atlas Lions can catch Côte d'Ivoire and finally return to the FIFA World Cup™.
Despite seeing his side crash out of the CAF Africa Cup of Nations, Morocco coach Eric Gerets is confident that the team can improve in the future, a suggestion backed up by captain Houssine Kharja.
Morocco international midfielder Houssine Kharja has officially joined Fiorentina from Genoa on a two-year deal, the Tuscan club said on Thursday.
New Morocco coach Eric Gerets has rung the changes for his first competitive match in charge, blooding an exciting new generation of players for the upcoming game against Algeria.