ES Hammam-Sousse

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ES Hammam-Sousse
Full name Espoir Sportif de Hammam-Sousse
Founded 1954
Ground Stade Municipal Bou Ali-Lahouar
Hammam-Sousse, Tunisia
Ground Capacity 6,500
Manager Tunisia Lassad Dridi
League CLP-1
2008/09 8th

Espoir Sportif de Hammam-Sousse (Arabic: الأمل الرياضي بحمام سوسة‎), often referred to as ESHS is a football club from Hammam-Sousse in Tunisia. Founded in 1954, the team plays in yellow and black colors. Their ground is the Stade Municipal Bou Ali-Lahouar also called Stadium l'Arbi Lahwar, which has a capacity of 6,500.

History[edit]

Founded in 1953 by young people from the town of Hammam Sousse, gathered around Mokhtar Latiri, one of the brightest Tunisian engineers. The first official club competition took place in 1954-55 in "Division 1" Centre-South (level 3). The committee elected on April 22, 1954 was composed as follows:

The club reaches second division headed by Bashir Jerbi and the presidency of Néji Mehiri but can not stay there. To returne again from 1970 to 1985 before sinking to the fourth and even fifth division. Successive presidents - Ali Goulli, Hédi Lahouar, Moncef Laatiri, Hammadi Halloul and Raouf Ghadhab - in turn contribute to the progress and the club climbed to CLP-1 in 2006 for the first time in its history. But the club was relegated from the CLP-1 to the CLP-2 in 2007, this first experience is not successful and after that demotion, it is rapidly CLP-1 again at the end of the 2007-08 season thanks to the efforts of its President Hédi Lahouar who returned after two terms in the Tunisian Football Federation.

Colours & badges[edit]

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Honours[edit]

2007-08
Runner-up: 2005-06

Former personal[edit]

Coaches[edit]

  • Salem Bourkhis (1959–60)
  • Béchir Jerbi (1960–63)
  • Hédi Kriaa (1970–71)
  • Tunisia Taoufik Ben Othman (1971–72)
  • Hédi Kriaa (1972–75)
  • Mustapha Jouili (1975–76)
  • Hassen Mehri then Ben Abdallah (1976–77)
  • Rachid Daoud (1977–78)
  • Hassen Mehri (1978–79)
  • Ridha Bouraoui then Tunisia Mohsen Habacha (1979–80)
  • Rachid Daoud then Béchir Jabbes (1980–81)
  • Mahmoud Ouertani (1981–82)
  • Hédi Kriaa (1983–84)
  • Mohamed Dhib (1984–85)
  • Sayed Mokni (1985–86)
  • Habib Chouba (1986–87)
  • Hassen Mehri then Mohamed Zouaoui (1987–88)
  • Jamaleddine Lakhrech then Sadok Bellazreg (1988–89)
  • Bouhelal then Habib Ben Abdallah (1989–90)
  • Hamadi Gabsi then Hédi Kriaa (1990–91)
  • Hédi Kriaa (1991–92)
  • Tunisia Mohsen Habacha then Taoufik Zaaboub (1992–93)
  • Hédi Kriaa then Tunisia Abdelhay Laatiri then Raouf Ben Amor (1993–94)
  • Jalloul Gharbi (1994–95)
  • Abid Mchala (1995–96)
  • Ferid Laaroussi then Hédi Kriaa then Tunisia Taoufik Ben Othman (1996–97)
  • Farhat Boukaddida then Salah Guediche (1979–98)
  • Boubakar Lanouar (1998–99)
  • Abid Mchala then Tunisia Abdelhay Laatiri (1999–00)
  • Mourad Okbi then Abid Mchala than Kamel Boughezala (2000–01)
  • Abderrazak Chebbi then Kamel Boughezala (2001–02)