USM Oran

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USM Oran
إتحاد وهران
Logo
Full name Union Sportive Madinet d'Oran
إتحاد رياضي مدينة وهران
Nickname(s) Le Doyen
Unionistes
Founded March 1, 1926
Ground Stade Allal Toula
Oran, Algeria
Ground Capacity 5,000
President Rabie Bouakil
Head Coach Mohamed Djerradi
League Inter-Régions
2014–15 3rd place

Union Sportive Madinet d'Oran (USM Oran), (Arabic: إتحاد رياضي مدينة وهران‎‎) is an Algerian soccer club based in Oran and play in the Inter-Régions League (D4). The club was founded on March 1, 1926 under the name of Union Sportive Musulmane d'Oran. It was also named NADIT Oran between 1977 and 1989. The club colours are black and white.

History[edit]

USM Oran in 1939

The USM Oran was founded during the French colonial period on 1 March 1926 in the Medina Jedida quarter of Oran by the Algerian nationalist Sadek Boumaza with Bendouba "El Fellous", Benkoula, Boumefraa and others. They decided to create a team which became a multi-sports club some days after its creation. The club is the first one of North Africa to put the word Musulmane (English: Muslim) in its name to differentiate from other European colonial teams.[1]

Achievements[edit]

National[edit]

  • Oran League
Champion (7) : 1933, 1943, 1944, 1945, 1946, 1949, 1950
  • Oran Cup
Winner (1) : 1952

International[edit]

Runner-up (3) : 1933, 1935, 1950
Runner-up (1) : 1954

Stadium[edit]

The team plays in the Stade Allal Toula which holds 5,000 people.

Crest[edit]

Current Players[edit]

As of July, 2014.[2]

Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.

No. Position Player
1 Algeria GK Ahmed Guenanou
5 Algeria DF Merouane Benhadada
6 Algeria DF Zakaria Hamou
7 Algeria FW Naceredine Boubakeur
8 Algeria MF Mohamed Arroussi
10 Algeria MF Mohamed Dala
11 Algeria FW Islam Hamza Touahri
12 Algeria FW Abdelhak Guedider
13 Algeria DF Issam Abdelmadjid Reffas
14 Algeria DF Youcef Saâd Houari
17 Algeria MF Mohamed Sari
No. Position Player
18 Algeria MF Fayçal Hadji
19 Algeria Mohamed Amine Hanchour
20 Algeria DF Sofiane Hmaïda (captain)
22 Algeria MF Mohamed Amine Benali
23 Algeria MF Mokhtar Sedjrari
24 Algeria DF Benaouda Kahouadji
25 Algeria GK Hamza Boukli Hacène
26 Algeria DF Chahmi Attache
27 Algeria Djilali Djemai
Algeria GK Mohamed Smahi

Non-playing staff[edit]

Director staff[edit]

Position Name
Chairman Algeria Rabie Bouakil
General Secretary Algeria Mohamed Ghilas
General Manager Algeria Mustapha Abed

Technical staff[edit]

Below the list of technical staff of 2015–16 season :

Position Name
DTS Algeria Mohamed Djerradi
Manager Algeria Abdelkader Brik
Assistant Manager Algeria Ahmed Fadel
Technical Assistant
Goalkeeping Coach Algeria Mahieddine Abadou
Reserve Team Coaches Algeria Khelil Grouzat

Medical staff[edit]

Below the list of technical staff of 2015–16 season :

Position Name
Medical Directors Algeria Sid Ahmed Fayçal Boutenzar
Therapist Algeria Houari Badreddine

Notable Players[edit]

Below the list of some great players of the team around his history.[3]

  • AlgeriaFrance Kader Firoud
  • Algeria Baghdad Aboukebir
  • Algeria Kouider Bendjahène
  • Algeria Mohamed Benhamou (Fenoun)
  • Algeria Nedar Benlazreg (Zrego)
  • Algeria Abdelkader Benzaoui
  • Algeria Miloud Bouakeul
  • Algeria Benaouda Boudjellal (Tchengo)
  • Algeria Dahou
  • Algeria Habib Draoua
  • Algeria Abdelkader Fréha
  • Algeria Souilem Gnaoui
  • Algeria Hamou Nafi
  • Algeria Miloud Osman
  • Algeria Lahouari Tekkouk

Sponsors[edit]

Equipment[edit]

  • 2013–15 Algeria Baeko
  • 2015–16 United States Sarson Sports USA

References[edit]

  1. ^ "USM Oran : Les " Noir et Blanc " en couleur". L'Expression Magazine. A. Salim. May 3, 2006. 
  2. ^ "USM Oran squad (Algerian Cup)". Mouloudia.com. Retrieved December 26, 2014. 
  3. ^ "USM Oran: Une saison cauchemardesque". Le Quotidien d'Oran. M. Benboua. June 6, 2009. 

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