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COD Meknes (Arabic: النادي المكناسي‎), also called Club Omnisports De Meknès is a Moroccan football club based in Meknes. The club came into being when four local teams; Rachad Meknassi, ASTF, Atlas and Alismailia merged on June 21, 1962. Upon formation CODM Meknès created teams in water polo, basketball, volleyball, handball and most notably football.

CODM
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Full nameClub Omnisport De Meknès
Founded1962
GroundStade d'Honneur,
Meknes, Morocco
Capacity20,000
ChairmanMohamed El-Qadari
ManagerAbdelaziz Kerkache
LeagueBotola
2011–121st (botola 2)

CODM coachEdit

Beniessa Ayyadi, he used to teach many sports in Meknes such as football, basketball, tennis and some boxing. He was the first African to carry the Olympic torch.

  • Beneissa Goubi Ayyadi (1924–04)

HonoursEdit

1995
1966
Runner-up : 1981, 1999, 2011

Performance in CAF competitionsEdit

2005 – First Round
2012 – Play-off Round [1]

ManagersEdit

  •   Aziz Al-Khayati
  •   Raoul Savoy (2003–05)
  •   Eugen Moldovan (2006–07)
  •   Abderrahim Talib (2012)
  •   Youssef Lemrini (Nov 2012 – Jan 13)
  •   Hicham El Idrissi (Jan 2013 – Feb 13)
  •   Abdelaziz Kerkache (Feb 2013–)

Former presidentsEdit

  • Mohamed Lamrabet
  • Ba Hamid Sidi Lahlou
  • Idriss El-Alami
  • Saleh Rhalaf
  • Haj Mohamed Benabdeljalil
  • Haj Salam Bennouna
  • Abdelnabi Terrab
  • Kamal El-Mandri
  • Moulay Abdelrahman El-Bachiri
  • Mustapha El-Baz
  • Nourredine Kendouci
  • Idriss El-Alami
  • Abdelaziz Rehioui
  • Idriss El-Alami
  • Mohamed Saâdallah
  • Hassan El-Mahmoudi
  • Haj Mohamed Keddari
  • Mohamed Saâdallah

Sport equipmentEdit

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "Champions MAS crash out of the Confederation Cup". 15 July 2012 – via www.bbc.co.uk.