Faouzi Benzarti

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Faouzi Mansour Benzarti
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Personal information
Date of birth (1950-01-03) 3 January 1950 (age 67)
Place of birth Monastir, Tunisia
Senior career*
Years Team Apps (Gls)
US Monastir
Teams managed
1979–1982 US Monastir
1986–1987 Étoile du Sahel
1989–1990 Club Africain
1991–1992 Étoile du Sahel
1992–1993 US Monastir
1993–1994 ES Tunis
1994 Tunisia
1995–1996 CS Sfax
1999–2000 Club Africain
2000–2001 Al-Sharjah
2002–2003 Stade Tunisien
2003 ES Tunis
2005–2006 US Monastir
2006–2007 Étoile du Sahel
2007 ES Tunis
2007–2008 Libya
2008–2010 ES Tunis
2010 Tunisia
2010–2011 Tunisia
2011 Club Africain
2012 Étoile du Sahel
2012 Al-Shabab
2013 Al-Sharjah
2013–2014 Raja Casablanca
2014–2017 Étoile du Sahel
2017– ES Tunis
* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only.

Faouzi Benzarti (فوزي البنزرتي), (born January 3, 1950 in Monastir), is a Tunisian former footballer and current coach. He is also the brother of manager Lotfi Benzarti.

After his involvement with Étoile Sportive du Sahel in 2006, Benzarti transferred to Espérance Sportive de Tunis in June 2007, but left soon after to manage the national team of Libya. His contract ended with Libya in 2009 and he joined the Tunisian national football team several months later. He also coached Tunisia in the 2010 African Cup of Nations in Angola.

On 17 May 2011, Benzarti signed a two-year contract with Club Africain after one week the club sacked former coach Kais Yacoubi. Accepting of the contract offered, he became a manager of the Club Africain for third times in his career.[1]

On 26 March 2012, Faouzi Benzarti replaces Bernd Krauss as Étoile coach, The Tunisian journeyman coach went back to Sousse for a fourth time in his trophy filled career as German Bernd Krauss returns to his post of youth technical director. He is now coach of Étoile du Sahel. [2]


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