Ammar Souayah (Arabic: عمار السويّح) (born June 11, 1957) is a retired Tunisian footballer Who is the current manager of Al-Shabab.
In 2002, Ammar Souayah signed as the coach of the Tunisia national team and led the team at the FIFA World Cup. Tunisia began the tournament with a 2-0 defeated against Russia then was draw 1-1 against strong Belgium but was defeated 2-0 against co-host Japan and eliminated in the Group Stage. He coached Club Sportif de Hammam-Lif and also Étoile du Sahel.
On 23 January 2014, he was appointed the head coach of Al-Shabab, replacing Belgian Emilio Ferrera. He performed well with Al-Shabab in the 2014 AFC Champions League group stages. Al-Shabab played 6 matches, 5 won and lost 1.
As of 14 May 2014,
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