Paradou AC

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Paradou AC
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Full name Paradou Athletic Club
Founded 1994
Ground Omar Hammadi Stadium
Algiers, Algeria
Ground Capacity 15,000
President Kheireddine Zetchi
Head Coach Khaled Lounici
League Ligue Professionnelle 2
2010–11 Ligue Professionnelle 2, 14th
Current season

Paradou AC is an Algerian football club based in Algiers. They play their home games at the Omar Hammadi Stadium.

Founded in 1994 by members of the Hydra AC junior team, the club play in blue and yellow. Honours include the Algerian second division title in the 2004–2005 season.

Current squad[edit]

As of February 1, 2009

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

No. Position Player
1 Algeria GK Farid Kermiche
3 Algeria DF Abdelghani Chatih
4 Algeria DF Zoubir Bouchair
5 Algeria DF Mohamed Azzouz
6 Algeria MF Mouloud Kelanemer
7 Algeria FW Brahim Abdellah Benachour
8 Algeria MF Mustapha Melika
9 Algeria FW Abdelmalek Touati
10 Algeria FW Saâdeddine Maïdi
12 Algeria DF Youcef Amari
No. Position Player
13 Algeria DF Abdelhakim Fersaoui
16 Algeria MF Mohamed Amine Darzirar
18 Algeria FW Djamel Bouaicha
22 Algeria GK Rachid Ferchichi
23 Algeria FW Fethi Noubli
24 Algeria MF Abdelghani Slimane
25 Algeria FW El Habib Bouguelmouna
30 Algeria DF Ahmed Benyettou
Algeria FW Karim Braham Chaouch
Algeria GK Samir Hadjaoui

Paradou AC/JMG "El Ankaoui" Academy[edit]

In 2007, Paradou AC launched their academy in a partnership with JMG Academy, run by Frenchman Jean-Marc Guillou.[1] The cost of the academy is estimated to be about €600,000 over 7 years, including the purchase of land at a site in Tessala El Merdja (in the outskirts of Alger), and construction of housing and facilities for the players and staff. Since its creation, the academy has had a tremendous amount of success. The current team is made up of players aged 13 to 15 years old, and they have regularly beaten much older teams, while playing without shoes or a goalie.[2] The team is coached by Olivier Guillou and Djamel Aïch.[3][4]

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