Ammar Al-Suwayeh is a new coach
JS Kabylie has a new coach who will succeed Henri Stamboli, who has led the team for just three matches. The Tunisian Ammar Sowayh, expected tomorrow, Wednesday, will be the one who will take over the head of the artistic tape of JS Kabylie. Several clubs in Tunisia, in particular, passed him in the second and third divisions, and he is a coach with great experience in trade, which prompted the tribal leaders to hire him. He also passed through Saudi Arabia where he coached several Premier League clubs, has been on the bench of elite teams since the early nineties and has several titles to his credit, between championships, cups and joining when he was in the lower divisions. . The 64-year-old, the former coach of Etoile du Sahel and the Tunisian national team he played with in the 2002 World Cup, had also spent a period in Tunisia’s Esperance, which means he has a lot of experience today that he will put in the tournament. Serving JS Kabylie, hoping that this time will be the occasion and that the club will move forward to achieve its goals with its new coach.
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