2010–11 JS Kabylie season

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JS Kabylie
2010–11 season
President Algeria Mohand Chérif Hannachi
Head Coach Algeria Moussa Saïb
Stadium Stade du 1er Novembre 1954
Ligue 1 11th
Algerian Cup Winners
CAF Champions League Semi-finalist
Top goalscorer League:
Farès Hamiti (6 goals)

Farès Hamiti (13 goals)
Home colours
Away colours

The 2010–11 season was JS Kabylie's 41st season in the Algerian Ligue Professionnelle 1. JS Kabylie will seek to win their first league title since the 2007-08 season. They will be competing in Ligue 1, the 2010 CAF Champions League and the Algerian Cup.

2010–11 squad[edit]

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 Malik Asselah
2 Algeria MF Billel Naïli
3 Algeria DF Sofiane Khelili
4 Algeria DF Chemseddine Nessakh
5 Algeria DF Ali Rial
6 Algeria MF Hocine El Orfi (on loan from Paradou AC)
8 Algeria MF Saad Tedjar
9 Algeria FW Farès Hamiti
10 Algeria FW Sofiane Younès
12 Algeria GK Nabil Mazari
13 Algeria GK Mourad Berrefane
16 Algeria DF Jugurtha Meftah
18 Algeria MF Lamara Douicher
No. Position Player
20 Algeria MF Lyès Saïdi
21 Algeria DF Koceila Berchiche
23 Algeria MF Mokhtar Lamhene
24 Algeria DF Nassim Oussalah
25 Madagascar FW Ibrahim Amada
26 Algeria DF Belkacem Remache
28 Algeria FW Saïd Ferguène
29 Algeria DF Chaâbane Meftah
30 Algeria MF Nabil Yaâlaoui
33 Algeria DF Mohamed Khoutir-Ziti
36 Algeria DF Essaïd Belkalem
TBA Algeria MF Choukri Ouaïl
TBA Algeria MF Rabah Yassa



Date Pos. Name From Fee
3 June 2010 GK Algeria Malik Asselah Algeria NA Hussein Dey Free[1]
4 June 2010 MF Algeria Hocine El Orfi Algeria Paradou AC Season loan[2]
6 June 2010 MF Algeria Nabil Yaâlaoui Algeria WA Tlemcen Free[3]
13 June 2010 DF FranceAlgeria Yamin Amiri France SO Cassis Carnoux Free[4]
15 June 2010 MF FranceAlgeria Djaïd Kasri Unattached Free[5]
17 June 2010 DF Algeria Ali Rial Algeria USM Alger Free[6]
11 July 2010 MF Algeria Billel Naïli Algeria USM El Harrach Free[7]
12 July 2010 DF Algeria Belkacem Remache Algeria USM Annaba Free[8]
23 July 2010 FW Algeria Sofiane Younès Algeria CR Belouizdad Free[9]
22 January 2011 DF Algeria Sofiane Khelili Algeria NA Hussein Dey DA6 million[10]
30 January 2011 MF Algeria Choukri Ouaïl Algeria JSM Chéraga DA1 million[11]
1 February 2011 FW Madagascar Ibrahim Amada Madagascar Academie Ny Antsika Free[12]
DF Algeria Chaâbane Meftah Youth team
DF Algeria Jugurtha Meftah Youth team
FW Algeria Saïd Ferguène Youth team
MF Algeria Rabah Yassa Youth team


Date Pos. Name To Fee
20 June 2010 DF Algeria Mohamed Rabie Meftah Algeria JSM Béjaïa Free[13]
24 June 2010 MF Algeria Tayeb Maroci Algeria JSM Béjaïa Free[14]
DF Algeria Mohamed Ouslam Benhocine Algeria NARB Réghaïa Free
MF Algeria Abdennour Cherif El Ouazzani Unattached Released
11 July 2010 DF FranceAlgeria Yamin Amiri Unattached Released[15]
11 July 2010 MF FranceAlgeria Djaïd Kasri Unattached Released[15]
22 December 2010 DF Mali Idrissa Coulibaly Libya Ahly Tripoli Free
29 December 2010 FW Algeria Mohamed Amine Aoudia Egypt Zamalek SC DA14.5 million[16]
2 January 2011 FW Nigeria Izu Azuka Libya Al-Ittihad Tripoli Free


Swiss manager Alain Geiger began the season as the manager, continuing in his position from the previous season, after leading the team to an impressive record over the summer in the group stage of the 2010 CAF Champions League with 4 wins and 2 draws. However, after losing in the semi-finals of the Champions League to TP Mazembe of DR Congo and a string of bad results in the league, he resigned from his position on December 13, 2010, with JS Kabylie sitting in 8th position in the standings.[17] On December 22, 2010, Rachid Belhout was appointed manager of the team.[18]

Managerial changes[edit]

Outgoing manager Manner of departure Date of vacancy Table Incoming manager Date of appointment Table
Switzerland Alain Geiger Resigned 13 December 2010[19] 8th Algeria Rachid Belhout 22 December 2010[18]
Algeria Rachid Belhout Resigned 26 June 2011[20] Algeria Moussa Saïb 27 June 2011[21]




CAF Champions League[edit]

Group stage[edit]

Group B

Team Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts
Algeria JS Kabylie 6 4 2 0 6 2 +4 14
Egypt Al-Ahly 6 2 2 2 8 9 −1 8
Egypt Ismaily 6 2 0 4 7 8 −1 6
Nigeria Heartland 6 1 2 3 5 7 −2 5


CAF Confederation Cup[edit]

First round[edit]

Second round[edit]

Play-off for group stage[edit]


  1. ^ JSK, C’est officiel : Asselah a signé pour une année à la JSK
  2. ^ JSK : El Orfi prêté pour une année Archived 2012-03-21 at the Wayback Machine.
  3. ^ JSK : Il a signé hier pour une année : Nabil Yalaoui est la troisième recrue kabyle
  4. ^ JSK : Yamin Amiri officiellement Canari
  5. ^ Djaid Kasri cinquième recrue de la JSK
  6. ^ JSK : Le joueur a signé son contrat d’une année jeudi dernier
  7. ^ Naili signe à la JSK
  8. ^ JSK : Remache signe pour un an
  9. ^ JSK : Il a signé hier pour une année : Younès officiellement canari Archived August 30, 2010, at the Wayback Machine.
  10. ^ Transferts : Khelili (NAHD) signe à la JS Kabylie Archived January 23, 2011, at the Wayback Machine.
  11. ^ JSK : Ouaïl pour deux ans à la JSK Archived 2011-04-09 at the Wayback Machine.
  12. ^ L1 - Transferts : JSK, Amada arrive, Dindin renvoyé Archived 2011-07-10 at the Wayback Machine.
  13. ^ JSMB : Le joueur était hier à Béjaïa : Meftah signe pour 1 année
  14. ^ JSMB : Maroci 6e recrue
  15. ^ a b JSK : Après avoir été libérés officiellement par la direction : Amiri et Kasri attendent Hannach
  16. ^ حصرياَ بالصور.. بالتفاصيل الكامل عودية يوقع العقد الثلاثي ( شاهد صورة عودية يوقع العقد الثلاثي )[permanent dead link]
  17. ^ L1 : JS Kabylie, Alain Geiger jette l'éponge Archived 2010-12-16 at the Wayback Machine.
  18. ^ a b L1 : La JSK renonce à Bouali, Belhout arrive Archived January 26, 2011, at the Wayback Machine.
  19. ^ "Archived copy". Archived from the original on 2010-12-16. Retrieved 2010-12-15. 
  20. ^ L1 : Rachid Belhout quitte la JS Kabylie Archived June 29, 2011, at the Wayback Machine.
  21. ^ JS Kabylie : Saïb remplace Belhout