Syria National Team Coaches


1954        Ferenc Mészáros (Hungary)
1956-1959   József Albert (Hungary)
1960-1965   Miklós Vadas (Hungary)
1965-1966   Cornel Drăguşin (Romania)
1977        Lotfi Karkouli
1978        Zaki Natour
1980        Adnan Arbini
1980-1981   Mohammed Azzam
1982-1984   Avedis Kolakian
1984        Victor Vassiliyev (USSR)
1984-1985   Avedis Kolakian
1985-1987   Valeriy Yaremchenko (USSR)
1987-1989   Anatoli Azarinkov (USSR/Ukraine)
1992        Anatoli Azarinkov (Ukraine)
1992-1993   Virgil Dridea (Romania)
1996-1997   Yuri Kornenin (Belarus)
1997        Kevork Mardakian
1997-1998   Mircea Rădulescu (Romania)
1999        Mousa Malki Shammas
1999        Dragoslav Popović (Yugoslavia)
1999-2000   Dragoslav Sredojević (Yugoslavia)
2000-2001   Božidar Vukotić (Yugoslavia)
2001        Milosav Radenović “Gorba” (Serbia & Montenegro)
2002        Jalal Talebi (Iran)
2002        Ahmed Shaar
2003-2004   Janusz Wójcik (Poland)
2004        Ahmed Rifat (Egypt)
2004-2006   Milosav Radenović “Gorba” (Serbia & Montenegro)
2006        Fajer Ibrahim
2006        Nizar Mahrous
2006-2007   Fajer Ibrahim
2007-2008   Antonio Cabrini (Italy)
2008        Mohammed Quwaid
2008-2010   Fajer Ibrahim
2010        Ayman Hakim
2010        Ratomir Dujković (Serbia)
2010-2011   Valeriu Tiţa (Romania)
2011        Claude Le Roy (France)
2011        Nizar Mahrous
2011-2012   Fajer Ibrahim
2012        Marwan Khouri
2012-2013   Hossam Al-Sayed
2013        Anas Makhlouf
2013        Hossam Al-Sayed
2014        Ahmed Al-Shaar


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