Mokhtar Tlili

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Mokhtar Tlili
Personal information
Date of birth (1942-10-08) 8 October 1942 (age 75)
Place of birth Tunis, Tunisia
Senior career*
Years Team Apps (Gls)
?–1967 CS Cheminots
Teams managed
1967–1968 SC Moknine
1968–1969 Olympique du Kef
1969–1970 AS Mégrine
1971–1972 Olympique du Kef
1974–1976 Sfax Railways Sports
1976–1978 CS Hammam-Lif
1978–1981 ES Tunis
1982–1984 Club Africain
1985 CA Bizertin
1985–1986 Sfax Railways Sports
1987–1988 CS Sfaxien
1988–1989 Tunisia
1992 ES Zarzis
1993 Sfax Railways Sports
1994 ES Zarzis
1995 Olympique Béja
1996 ES Zarzis
1998 ES Zarzis
1999 Sfax Railways Sports
2000 US Monastir
2001 AS Djerba
2007–2008 CA Bizertin
2008 ES Zarzis
2009 Palestine
2012 AS Gabès
2016– Tunisia (Minifootball)
* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only.

Mokhtar Tlili (born on 8 October 1942) was a Tunisian football manager. He coached the Tunisia national football team.[1]

He was a defender at CS Cheminots, he interrupts his playing career at the age of 25 years to become a coach. He quickly builds a reputation, which allows him to lead the majority of the major Tunisian clubs, obtaining a rich track record and a career in the Gulf countries and Libya. On October 2015, he was appointed as the Goodwill Ambassador of the International Mini-Football Federation.[2]

In October 2017, he guided the Tunisian team in 2017 WMF World Cup and reached the quarter-finals.

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