Fath Union Sport

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Fath Union Sport
FUS de Rabat emblem
Full name Fath Union Sport Football Club
Founded April 10, 1946; 68 years ago (1946-04-10)
Ground Stade de FUS, Rabat
Ground Capacity 15,000
President Mounir Majidi
Head Coach Walid Regragui
League Botola
2013–14 3rd
Website Club home page

Fath Union Sport (Arabic: اتحاد الفتح الرياضي‎; commonly referred to as FUS or FUS Rabat) is a Moroccan football club based in Rabat and currently playing in the first division. The club was founded on 10 April 1946. 'Fath Union Sport' is actually the name of the sports club which encompasses everything from Basketball to the game of Chess.

Former crest of FUS

Current squad[edit]

As of 31 March 2014[1] Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.

No. Position Player
Morocco GK Issam Badda
Morocco GK Abdelhamid Boukhriss
Morocco GK Alae Meskiny
Morocco DF Abdelfettah Boukhriss
Morocco DF Yassine Jarissi
Morocco DF Mehdi Khalis
Morocco DF Karim El Mourabet
Morocco DF Mohammed Nahiri
Senegal DF Ass Mandaw Sy
Mali DF Mohamed Traoré
Morocco FW Mourad Batna
Morocco FW Brahim El Bahri
Morocco FW Aziz Jounaid
Niger FW Mossi Issa Moussa
No. Position Player
The Gambia FW Yusupha Njie
Morocco MF Reda Enneoualy
Morocco MF Mohamed Fouzair
Morocco MF Fahd Kardod
Morocco MF Abdelhafid Lirki
Morocco MF Mohammed El Mamouni
Cameroon MF André Ndame Ndame
Morocco MF Marwane Saadane
Morocco MF Mohamed Tsouli
Morocco MF Hicham El Araoui
Morocco MF Badr Boulahroud
Morocco MF Mohammed Chihani
Morocco MF Jalal Daoudi

Managers[edit]

Mounir Majidi - President FUS Rabat

References[edit]

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