2012–13 Algerian Ligue Professionnelle 1

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Algerian Ligue Professionnelle 1
Season 2012–13
Champions ES Sétif (6th tiel)
Promoted CA Bordj Bou Arréridj
JS Saoura
USM Bel-Abbès
Champions League ES Sétif
Matches played 128
Goals scored 233 (1.82 per match)
Top goalscorer Moustapha Djallit (14 goals)
Biggest home win ES Sétif 6–0 CA Batna (September 18)
USM Alger 6-0 USM Bel-Abbès (December 07)
Biggest away win WA Tlemcen 0–3 MC Alger (September 15)
CA Batna 0–3 USM Alger(September 29)
Highest scoring CS Constantine 4–3 MC Oran (September 18)
Longest winning run ES Sétif (5)
USM Alger (4)
Longest unbeaten run MC Alger (8)
MC El Eulma(8)
USM Alger (6)
Longest losing run WA Tlemcen (3)
USM Bel-Abbès (3)

The 2012–13 Algerian Ligue Professionnelle 1 will be the forty-ninth season of the Algerian Ligue Professionnelle 1 since its establishment in 1962. A total of 16 teams will contest the league, with ES Sétif as the defending champions. The league is scheduled to begin on September 8, 2012.[1]

Team summaries[edit]

Promotion and relegation[edit]

Teams promoted from 2011–12 Algerian Ligue Professionnelle 2[2]

Teams relegated to 2012-13 Algerian Ligue Professionnelle 2[3]

Stadiums and locations[edit]

Team Location Stadium Stadium capacity
ASO Chlef Chlef Stade Mohamed Boumezrag 17,000
CA Batna Batna Stade Seffouhi 5,000
CA Bordj Bou Arréridj Bordj Bou Arréridj Stade 20 Août 1955 (Bordj Bou Arréridj) 20,000
CR Belouizdad Algiers Stade 20 Août 1955 21,000
CS Constantine Constantine Stade Mohamed Hamlaoui 40,000
ES Sétif Sétif Stade 8 Mai 1945 25,000
JS Kabylie Tizi Ouzou Stade 1er Novembre 20,000
JSM Béjaïa Béjaïa Stade de l'Unité Maghrébine 18,000
JS Saoura Méridja Stade 20 Août 1955 (Béchar) 20,000
MC Alger Algiers Stade 5 Juillet 1962 76,000
MC El Eulma El Eulma Stade Messaoud Zougar 25,000
MC Oran Oran Stade Ahmed Zabana 40,000
USM Bel-Abbès Sidi Bel Abbès Stade 24 Fevrier 1956 45,000
USM Alger Algiers Stade Omar Hamadi 15,000
USM El Harrach Algiers Stade 1er Novembre 8,000
WA Tlemcen Tlemcen Stade Akid Lotfi 30,000

Personnel and kits[edit]

Note: Flags indicate national team as has been defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.

Team Manager Captain Kit manufacturer Shirt sponsor
ASO Chlef Algeria Belhout, RachidRachid Belhout Algeria Zaoui, SamirSamir Zaoui Spain Joma Nedjma
CA Bordj Bou Arréridj Algeria Rouabah, ToufikToufik Rouabah Algeria Djamel Benchergui Italy Kappa
CA Batna Algeria Rachid Bouarrata Algeria Mohamed Saïdi Spain Joma Hodna Lait
CR Belouizdad Italy Guglielmo Arena Algeria Abdelkrim Mameri Spain Joma Nedjma, CNEP, Le Temps, Wakt El Djazair, Bellat
CS Constantine France Roger Lemerre Algeria Yacine Bezzaz Algeria KCS Hodna Lait
ES Sétif France Hubert Velud Algeria Mourad Delhoum Spain Joma Djezzy, Groupe Safcer, Société des ciments de Aïn El Kebira, Echorouk
JS Kabylie Italy Enrico Fabbro Algeria Ali Rial Algeria Altea Nedjma, Peugeot, Echorouk
JS Saoura Algeria Chérif Hadjar Algeria Kaddour Beldjilali Algeria Baeko Zerouati
JSM Béjaïa France Alain Michel Algeria Brahim Zafour Italy Kappa Nedjma, General Emballage, Ramdy, Cevital, ECI Boudiab
MC Alger France Jean-Paul Rabier Algeria Réda Babouche Spain Joma Djezzy, Opel, Peaudouce, Echorouk TV
MC El Eulma Algeria Abdelkader Yaïche Algeria Abdenour Mahfoudi Germany Adidas Nedjma, MaproGaz, Trefisoud
MC Oran Switzerland Raoul Savoy Algeria Hichem Mezaïr Algeria Baeko Nedjma, Ifri, Hodna Lait, Propal Algérie, Aigle Azur, Zerouati
USM Alger Argentina Miguel Gamondi Algeria Noureddine Daham Germany Adidas Sonelgaz, Djezzy, Le Temps, Wakt El Djazair, ETRHB
USM Bel-Abbès Algeria Bouali, FouadFouad Bouali Algeria Diss, SmaïlSmaïl Diss GermanyAdidas ENIE
USM El Harrach Algeria Charef, BoualemBoualem Charef Algeria Doukha, AzzedineAzzedine Doukha France Patrick Nedjma
WA Tlemcen Algeria Amrani, AbdelkaderAbdelkader Amrani Algeria Boudjakdji, Anwar MohamedAnwar Mohamed Boudjakdji United States Sarson Aigle Azur

Managerial changes[edit]

Managerial changes during the 2012-13 campaign.

Pre-season[edit]

Team Outgoing manager Manner of departure Date of vacancy Position in table Incoming manager Date of appointment
USM Bel-Abbès Algeria Abdelkrim Benyellès Sacked 21 July 2012 Pre-season Algeria Fouad Bouali 23 July 2012
MC Alger France Patrick Liewig Sacked 18 August 2012 Pre-season France Jean-Paul Rabier 21 August 2012

During the season[edit]

Team Outgoing manager Manner of departure Date of vacancy Position in table Incoming manager Date of appointment
MC Alger France Jean-Paul Rabier[4] Sacked 23 September 2012 3rd AlgeriaDjamel Menad [5] 24 September 2012
CA Bordj Bou Arreridj Algeria Toufik Rouabah [6] Sacked 1 October 2012 14th Algeria Rachid Bouarrata [7] 12 October 2012
MC Oran Switzerland Raoul Savoy [8] Demission 8 October 2012 15th Algeria Abdellah Mecheri [9] 10 October 2012
CA Batna Algeria Rachid Bouarrata [10] Demission 12 October 2012 14th Algeria Toufik Rouabah [11] 12 October 2012
WA Tlemcen Algeria Abdelkader Amrani [12] Demission 13 October 2012 13th Algeria Kheireddine Kherris [13] 13 October 2012
USM Alger Argentina Miguel Gamondi [14] Sacked 16 October 2012 10th France Rolland Courbis [15] 24 October 2012
ASO Chlef Algeria Rachid Belhout [16] Demission 23 October 2012 13th Algeria Nour Benzekri [17] 16 November 2012
CR Belouizdad Italy Guglielmo Arena [18] Sacked 23 October 2012 9th Algeria Fouad Bouali [19] 7 November 2012
MC El Eulma Algeria Abdelkader Yaïche [20] Sacked 29 October 2012 5th Algeria Rachid Belhout [21] 3 November 2012
USM Bel-Abbès Algeria Fouad Bouali [22] Demission 30 October 2012 14th Algeria Abdelkader Yaïche [23] 14 November 2012
MC Oran Algeria Abdellah Mecheri [24] Sacked 5 November 2012 14th Algeria Djamel Benchadli [25] 5 November 2012
WA Tlemcen Algeria Kheireddine Kherris [26] Sacked 14 November 2012 16th Algeria Abdelkrim Benyellès [27] 14 November 2012
JS Kabylie Italy Enrico Fabbro [28] Sacked 17 November 2012 11th Algeria Nacer Sandjak [29] 23 November 2012

League table[edit]

Pos
Team
Pld
W
D
L
GF
GA
GD
Pts
Qualification or relegation
1 ES Sétif (C) (Q) 29 18 5 6 54 24 +30 59 2014 CAF Champions League
2 USM El Harrach 28 16 5 7 35 22 +13 53
3 MC Alger 28 14 8 6 32 21 +11 50 2014 CAF Confederation Cup
4 CS Constantine 28 12 12 4 34 19 +15 48
5 USM Alger 28 13 6 9 30 15 +15 45
6 CR Belouizdad 28 10 11 7 31 25 +6 41
7 JS Kabylie 28 11 6 11 29 28 +1 39
8 JSM Béjaïa 29 9 11 9 28 30 −2 38
9 MC El Eulma 28 8 12 8 25 25 0 36
10 JS Saoura 29 9 8 12 25 26 −1 35
11 ASO Chlef 28 9 7 12 22 27 −5 34
12 CA Bordj Bou Arréridj 29 7 12 10 19 23 −4 33
13 MC Oran 28 8 8 12 29 37 −8 32
14 CA Batna (R) 28 6 7 15 18 43 −25 25 2013–14 Algerian Ligue Professionnelle 2
15 WA Tlemcen (R) 28 6 5 17 17 40 −23 23
16 USM Bel-Abbès (R) 28 5 7 16 18 41 −23 22

Updated to games played on 14 May 2013.
Source: DZFOOT.COM
Rules for classification: 1) points; 2) goal difference; 3) number of goals scored.
(C) = Champion; (R) = Relegated; (P) = Promoted; (E) = Eliminated; (O) = Play-off winner; (A) = Advances to a further round.
Only applicable when the season is not finished:
(Q) = Qualified to the phase of tournament indicated; (TQ) = Qualified to tournament, but not yet to the particular phase indicated; (RQ) = Qualified to the relegation tournament indicated; (DQ) = Disqualified from tournament.

Leader week after week[edit]

ES Sétif USM El Harrach Jeunesse sportive medinat Béjaïa Mouloudia Club d'Alger (football)

The bottom of the table week after week[edit]

Union sportive medinat Bel-Abbès WA Tlemcen (football) CA Batna Union sportive medinat Bel-Abbès WA Tlemcen (football) MC Oran WA Tlemcen (football) Union sportive medinat Bel-Abbès WA Tlemcen (football)

Season statistics[edit]

Top scorers[edit]

Rank Scorer Club Goals
2 Algeria Hamza Boulemdaïs CS Constantine 9
Algeria Moustapha Djallit MC Alger 9
1 Algeria Mohamed Amine Aoudia ES Sétif 8
4 Algeria Ahmed Gasmi USM Alger 7
Algeria Amine El Amali USM El Harrach 7
6 Algeria Mohamed Tiaïba MC El Eulma 6
7 Algeria Toufik Zerara JSM Béjaïa 5
Algeria Baghdad Bounedjah USM El Harrach 5
Algeria Kadour Beldjilali JS Saoura 5
10 Central African Republic Eudes Dagoulou MC Oran 4
Algeria Mohamed Messaoud ASO Chlef 4
Algeria Yacine Bezzaz CS Constantine 4
Algeria Akram Djahnit ES Sétif 4
Chad Yaya Karim Mahamat USM El Harrach 4
Algeria Noureddine Daham USM Alger 4
17 Algeria Houari Hamiche USM Bel-Abbès 3
Algeria Rafik Boulaïnceur CA Batna 3
Algeria Ibrahim Chenihi MC El Eulma 3
Algeria Mohamed Chalali ES Sétif 3
Algeria Ahmed Messadia JS Kabylie 3
Algeria Bilal Mebarki JSM Béjaïa 3
Algeria Mohamed Walid Bencherifa JS Kabylie 3

hattricks[edit]

Player For Against Score Date
Algeria Moustapha Djallit MC Alger WA Tlemcen 0 - 3 15 September 2012
Algeria Ahmed Gasmi USM Alger WA Tlemcen 4 - 0 3 November 2012

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Walid Z. (June 13, 2012). "Ligue 1 : La reprise fixée aux 7 et 8 septembre" (in French). DZFoot. Retrieved August 6, 2012. 
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  4. ^ http://www.dzfoot.com/news-12177-l1-mc-alger-jean-paul-rabier-limoge-par-omar-ghrib.php Jean-Paul Rabier sacked par Omar Ghrib
  5. ^ http://www.dzfoot.com/news-12181-l1-djamel-menad-nouvel-entraineur-du-mc-alger.php Djamel Menad new MCA's manager
  6. ^ http://www.liberte-algerie.com/sports/le-cabba-c-est-fini-toufik-rouabah-186376 Toufik Rouabah : Le CABBA, c'est fini
  7. ^ http://www.dzfoot.com/news-12292-l1-ca-batna-bouarrata-s-en-va-rouabah-lui-succede.php
  8. ^ http://www.lebuteur.com/ligue-1/actualites/mco-savoy-jette-leponge Savoy jette l’éponge
  9. ^ http://www.dzfoot.com/news-12285-l1-abdellah-mecheri-nouvel-entraineur-du-mc-oran.php SAbdellah Mecheri nouvel entraineur du MC Oran
  10. ^ http://www.dzfoot.com/news-12292-l1-ca-batna-bouarrata-s-en-va-rouabah-lui-succede.php
  11. ^ http://www.dzfoot.com/news-12292-l1-ca-batna-bouarrata-s-en-va-rouabah-lui-succede.php
  12. ^ http://www.dzfoot.com/news-12332-l1-wat-amrani-demissionne-kherris-prend-le-relais.php
  13. ^ http://www.dzfoot.com/news-12332-l1-wat-amrani-demissionne-kherris-prend-le-relais.php
  14. ^ http://www.rtl.fr/actualites/sport/football/article/rolland-courbis-nouvel-entraineur-de-l-usm-alger-7753857753
  15. ^ http://www.rtl.fr/actualites/sport/football/article/rolland-courbis-nouvel-entraineur-de-l-usm-alger-7753857753
  16. ^ http://www.dzfoot.com/news-12376-l1-aso-chlef-belhout-s-en-va-un-algerien-pour-lui-succeder.php
  17. ^ http://www.dzfoot.com/news-12521-l1-nour-benzekri-nouvel-entraineur-de-l-aso-chlef.php
  18. ^ http://www.dzfoot.com/news-12364-l1-crb-arena-remplace-par-saadi-ou-amrani-apres-la-jsk.php
  19. ^ http://www.dzfoot.com/news-12457-l1-fouad-bouali-nouvel-entraineur-du-cr-belouizdad.php
  20. ^ http://www.liberte-algerie.com/sports/belhout-nouvel-entraineur-du-mcee-il-supervisera-son-equipe-ce-soir-face-au-crb-188113
  21. ^ http://www.liberte-algerie.com/sports/belhout-nouvel-entraineur-du-mcee-il-supervisera-son-equipe-ce-soir-face-au-crb-188113
  22. ^ http://www.dzfoot.com/news-12419-l1-usm-bel-abbes-fouad-bouali-jette-l-eponge.php
  23. ^ http://www.dzfoot.com/news-12502-l1-abdelkader-yaiche-nouvel-entraineur-de-l-usm-bel-abbes.php
  24. ^ http://www.dzfoot.com/news-12451-l1-mc-oran-djamel-benchadli-succede-a-abdellah-mecheri.php
  25. ^ http://www.dzfoot.com/news-12451-l1-mc-oran-djamel-benchadli-succede-a-abdellah-mecheri.php
  26. ^ http://www.dzfoot.com/news-12513-l1-benyelles-remplace-kherris-a-la-tete-du-wa-tlemcen.php
  27. ^ http://www.dzfoot.com/news-12513-l1-benyelles-remplace-kherris-a-la-tete-du-wa-tlemcen.php
  28. ^ http://www.dzfoot.com/news-12527-l1-jsk-enrico-fabbro-demis-de-ses-fonctions.php
  29. ^ http://www.dzfoot.com/news-12561-l1-retour-de-sandjak-a-la-tete-de-la-js-kabylie.php

External links[edit]

  • [3] at soccerway.com