1957 Larbi Ben Barek 1959 Mohammed Khamiri 1959 Abdelkader Lokhmiri 1960 Larbi Ben Barek 1961 Kader Firoud (Algeria) 1961-1963 Mohammed Massoun * 1963-1967 Mohammed Massoun & Abderrahman Bel-Mahjoub 1967 Abderrahman Bel-Mahjoub 1968-1969 Guy Cluzeau (France) & Abdellah Settati 1969 Abdellah Settati ** 1970 Blagoje Vidinic (Yugoslavia) 1971-1972 José Barinaga (Spain) 1972 Abdellah Settati 1972-1973 Abderrahman Bel-Mahjoub 1974-1978 Gheorge Mãrdãrescu (Romania) 1978 Abdellah El-Ammari 1979 Guy Cluzeau (France) 1979-1981 Just Fontaine (Morocco-France) 1980 Jebrane & Yabram Hamidouch *** 1981 Yabram Hamidouch 1982 Abdellah El-Ammari 1983 Jaime Valente (Brazil) 1983-1988 José "Mehdi" Faria (Brazil) 1988-1989 Jaime Valente (Brazil) 1989-1990 Antonio Valentín "Angelino Angelillo" (Argentina-Italy) 1990 Abdellah Ajr "Blinda" 1990 Abdelghani El-Naciri 1990-1992 Olk Werner (West Germany) 1992 Abdelkhalek Louzani 1993 Abdellah Ajr "Blinda" 1994 Mohammed Lamari 1995 Gilson Siquieira Nunes (Brazil) 1995-2000 Henri Michel (France) **** 2000 Henri Kasperczak (Poland) 2001 Mustapha Madih 2002 Humberto Coelho (Portugal) 2002-2005 Ezaki Badou 2005 Phillipe Troussier (France) 2006 M’hammed Fakhir * With Ahmed Antitif as manager. ** In November 1969, only a few months before the World Cup, Guy Cluzeau was hospitalised after a serious cardiac attack, his assistant Abdallah Settati took over before Blagoje Vidinic was appointed to replace Cluzeau. *** The duo of Jebrane and Hamidouch coached the team at the 1980 African Cup of Nations with Just Fontaine recovering in hospital. **** With Frenchmen Michel Hidalgo as technical director.
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