JS Kabylie (Algerian Football League 1) announced yesterday the appointment of former club striker Mounir Doub as assistant coach to the coaching staff led by French coach Henri Stamboli.
The Kabylie team wrote on its official Facebook page: “The president of JS Kabylie officially appoints former club player Mounir Doub as assistant coach.” Dobb (47) wore the JS Kabylie colors between 2000 and 2003, winning three CAF Cups in a row: 2000, 2001, 2002.
At the same time, JS Kabylie also announced the arrival of Kamel Bougnan as a new physical trainer to replace Frenchman Rodolphe Dufferent. Stamboli arrived during the holiday period, succeeding his compatriot Denis Lavan, who left to join the bench of USM Alger. After being exempted from the first round of the Federation Cup, like the other Algerian representative in this competition, JS Kabylie, JS Kabylie will head first to Rabat to challenge the Royal Armed Forces, in the opportunity to go to the first leg scheduled for October 15th. and 17, before playing the second leg at home between October 22 and 24.
After a first training session at heights at the Tekjda Sports Complex, this week “Canary” began a second training session in Algiers that will run until October 8th. The second preparatory meeting is marked by the participation of new recruits in the summer, namely Malian Yacouba Doumbia, Zakaria Al-Mansouri, Reda Boumchera and goalkeeper Ezz El-Din Dokha, while the Ethiopian striker Mujib Qassem Hamza is awaiting in the coming days.
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