|Full name||Noureddine Zekri|
|Place of birth||Batna, Algeria|
Zekri started coaching the newly born Milan-based team Brera Calcio in 2000 in Serie D, but he was sacked shortly after and replaced with Walter Zenga. He returned to Brera Calcio in 2005/2006 season and the following season he succeeded in getting the team promoted from Prima Categoria to Promozione, resigning immediately after.
However, On August 18, 2010, Zekri was sacked from his managerial position due to the poor results gained in the 2010 CAF Champions League group stage, picking up just one point out of the first three group matches. The 1-0 loss against Zimbabwe side Dynamos was the final straw for ES Sétif president Abdelhakim Serrar.
On March 11, 2011, Zekri was appointed as the coach of MC Alger, replacing outgoing Frenchman Alain Michel. He signed a 16-month contract with the club. In his first game as manager, MC Alger lost 4-1 to Dynamos F.C. of Zimbabwe in the first round of the 2011 CAF Champions League. However, the team managed to win the return leg 3-0 to qualify to the next round. On July 10, 2011, Zekri resigned from his position.
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