EGS Gafsa

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EGS Gafsa
El Gawafel Sportives de Gafsa.png
Full name El Gawafel Sportives de Gafsa
Nickname(s) El Falluja
Founded 1967
Ground Stade olympique de Gafsa
Gafsa, Tunisia
Ground Capacity 12,000
Chairman Tunisia Khaled Bennour
Manager Tunisia Lotfi Kadri
League CLP-1
2013–14 12th

El Gawafel Sportives de Gafsa (Arabic: القوافل الرياضية بقفصة‎‎) or EGSG is a football club from Gafsa in Tunisia.

Performance in CAF competitions[edit]

2007 – Intermediate Round

Current 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 Tunisia GK Khemais Thamri
2 Tunisia MF Nabil Hamed
3 Tunisia DF Selim Bacha
4 Tunisia DF Anis Matar Bacha
5 Tunisia DF Khelifa Bannani
6 Tunisia MF Alaeddine Bouslimi
7 Tunisia DF Hamza Testouri
8 Tunisia MF Mehdi Marzouki
9 Tunisia FW Marouane Belghoul
10 Tunisia MF Hassan Chouaya
11 Tunisia FW Heythem Mhamedi
12 Rif FW Chakib Lachkham
13 Tunisia FW Nizar Garbouj
No. Position Player
14 Guinea DF Boubacar Camara
15 Tunisia DF Abdesslam Bouhouch
16 Tunisia GK Selim Rebai
18 Tunisia FW Saïd Gasmi
19 Tunisia FW Mohamed Dardouri
20 Tunisia FW Amine Ltaïef
23 Tunisia MF Bessem Nafti
24 Guinea DF Morlaye Cissé
25 Tunisia DF Lamine Nçaïbi
26 Tunisia MF Khelil Guesmi
28 Tunisia DF Mohamed Bouzidi
30 Tunisia MF Saifallah Mahjoubi
33 Tunisia FW Tarek Ziadi

Evolution[edit]

  • 1968–69 : Division III (South-West)
  • 1969–70 : Division II
  • 1970–72 : Division III (South-West)
  • 1972–76 : Division II (Centre-South)
  • 1976–78 : Division III (South-West)
  • 1978–80 : Division II (Centre-South)
  • 1980–83 : Division III (South-West)
  • 1983–88 : Division II (South)
  • 1988–90 : Division I (Centre-South)
  • 1990–91 : Honor Division
  • 1991–93 : Division I (Centre-South)
  • 1993–96 : Honor Division
  • 1996–00 : Honor Division (South)
  • 2000–05 : League II
  • 2005–?? : League I

Former coaches[edit]

  • Noureddine Ben Ammar (1968–69)
  • Omrane Fitouri (1969–71)
  • Tunisia Abdelwahab Lahmar (1971–72)
  • Abdelhafidh Arfa (1972–74)
  • Omrane Fitouri (1974)
  • Abdelhafidh Arfa (1974–77)
  • Tunisia Abdelwahab Lahmar (1977–78)
  • Amor Bellil (1978–79)
  • Mustapha Jouili (1979–80)
  • Sassi Belhoula (1980–81)
  • Abdelhafidh Arfa (1981–82)
  • Abid Mchala (1982–83)
  • Tunisia Abdelwahab Lahmar (1983–84)
  • Mohamed El Abed (1984–85)
  • Abdelhafidh Arfa (1985–86)
  • Noureddine Ben Ammar (1986)
  • Mohamed El Abed (1986–87)
  • Sassi Belhoula (1987)
  • Laaribi (1987–88)
  • Abdeljelil Ben Miled (1988)
  • Tunisia Ezzeddine Khmila (1988)
  • Tunisia Mohamed Salah Jedidi (1988–89)
  • Mohamed El Abed (1989–90)
  • Rojkov (1990–91)
  • Fakher Trigui (1991)
  • Hassen Feddou (1991–92)
  • Tunisia Ezzeddine Khmila (1992–93)
  • Tunisia Abderrahmane Rahmouni (1993)
  • Abdelhafidh Arfa (1993–94)
  • Tunisia Ezzeddine Khmila (1994–95)
  • Wahid Hidoussi (1995–96)
  • Belhassen Meriah (1996)
  • Abdelaziz Seddik (1996–97)
  • Georgi Guyrov (1997–98)
  • Hédi Kouni (1998)
  • Ammar Souayah (1998–99)
  • Tunisia Ezzeddine Khmila (1999)
  • Youssef Seriati (1999)
  • Moncef Arfaoui (1999)
  • Abdelhafidh Arfa (1999)
  • Mohamed El Abed (1999–00)
  • Georgi Guyrov (2000)
  • Tunisia Abderrahmane Rahmouni (2000)
  • Tunisia Ezzeddine Khmila (2000–01)
  • Tunisia Farhat Zarrouk (2001)
  • Momarton (2001–02)
  • Moncef Arfaoui (2002)
  • Mahmoud Ouertani (2002)
  • Sassi Belhoula (2002–03)
  • Mohamed Henkouche (2003)

External links[edit]