EGS Gafsa

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EGS Gafsa
El Gawafel Sportives de Gafsa.png
Full nameEl Gawafel Sportives de Gafsa
Nickname(s)El Falluja
Founded1967
GroundStade olympique de Gafsa
Gafsa, Tunisia
Capacity7,000
ChairmanTunisia Khaled Bennour
ManagerTunisia Karim Dalhoum
LeagueCLP-2
2017–18CLP-2 Group B, 2nd

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


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)

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