Youssef Zouaoui

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Youssef Zouaoui
Personal information
Date of birth (1946-09-11) 11 September 1946 (age 67)
Place of birth Tunisia
Youth career
CA Bizertin
Senior career*
Years Team Apps (Gls)
1963–1977 CA Bizertin 235 (63)
National team
Tunisia
Teams managed
1982–1984 CA Bizertin
1984–1986 Tunisia
1986–1987 CA Bizertin
1987 United Arab Emirates
1988 CA Bizertin
1989–1992 CA Bizertin
1992–1993 Club Africain
1993–1994 Tunisia
1995–1996 Sharjah FC
1997 CA Bizertin
1997–2001 Espérance ST
2002 Stade Tunisien (Caretaker)
2002 Tunisia
2003 Al-Qadisiya Al Khubar
2004 Espérance ST
2005 Club Africain
2005–2006 Al-Shaab Sharjah
2007 Al-Ahli Dubai
2008 Espérance ST
2010–2011 CA Bizertin
2011 Al-Ittifaq
* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only and correct as of 10:41, 10 September 2010 (UTC).

† Appearances (Goals).

‡ National team caps and goals correct as of 10:41, 10 September 2010 (UTC)

Youssef Zouaoui, (born 11 September 1946) is a Tunisian footballer. Since 1983, he has played for major clubs and national teams. He was also a big player in the CA Bizerte (CAB), and remains the second leading scorer in the club's history.

Early attracted by football, he followed his elder brother Larbi Zouaoui by signing with CAB. His qualities of striker and scorer he can be part of the team of juniors and seniors to join the cabinet in 1963, continuing his career until 1977. He knows, however, no international career and played only during a few meetings with Tunisia national football team, due to the presence of major players such as Tahar Chaïbi, Ezzedine Chakroun or Mohamed Ali Akid.

His playing career ended, he chose that of coach. From his second season as head of the CAB team, he created a stir by winning the Tunisia championship football. It is then called upon the national team and, despite the veto cons of corporate players like Tarak Dhiab or Hedi Bayari, it gives excellent results. Dismissed in 1986, he joined the Federation of UAE football as national coach. Revenue Tunisia expand its ranking by national and continental titles, he resumed his place in the national team in 1993, with less success, as shown with the disastrous start of the team at the 1994 African Cup of Nations, which earned him a second dismissal.

Called to lead the Espérance Sportive de Tunis where Slim Chiboub it provides all conditions for success, winning numerous national titles but failed in the League CAF Champions. He leads the national team for the third time in 2002[1][2] instead of Ammar Souyah and Khemaies Laabidi, as technical director.

Records[edit]

Player stats[edit]

National teams managing record[edit]

Team Tenure Played Won Drawn Lost Win % Tournaments
  Tunisia   1984–1986 24 13 3 8 54.16
 1993–1994  13 4 6 3 30.76 1994 African Cup of Nations
2002 2 0 2 0 0.00
 United Arab Emirates  1987 ? ? ? ? ?
Totals 39 17 11 11 43.58

Honours[edit]

CA Bizertin[edit]

Club Africain[edit]

Espérance Tunis[edit]

Stade Tunisien[edit]

References[edit]