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CV ya Abdelhak Benchikha Kocha Mpya wa Simba SC 2023

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CV ya Abdelhak Benchikha Kocha Mpya wa Simba SC 2023

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Simba imethibitisha kumuajiri kocha huyo Kwa mkataba wa miaka miwili (2) akirithi wa mikoba ya Robertinho ambaye aliachwa November 07, 2023.

Benchikha alijiuzulu kuifundisha USM Alger Oktober 9, 2023.

Timu alizowahi kufundisha ni

  1. CR Belouizdad
  2. MC Alger
  3. Algeria U23
  4. CA Bordj Bou Arréridj
  5. CR Belouizdad
  6. Umm Salal
  7. ES Zarzis
  8. Club Africain
  9. Algeria A’ / Algeria U23
  10. Algeria
  11. MC Alger
  12. Club Africain
  13. Difaâ El Jadidi
  14. Raja Casablanca
  15. Al-Ittihad Kalba
  16. IR Tanger
  17. Raja Casablanca
  18. Moghreb Tétouan
  19. ES Sétif
  20. Al-Ittihad Tripoli
  21. Mouloudia Oujda
  22. DH El Jadida
  23. RS Berkane
  24. USM Alger

24 November 2023 =head coach of Simba Sports Club. Abdelhak Benchikha (Arabic: عبد الحق بن شيخة; born 22 November 1963) is an Algerian football manager.

Personal information
Full nameAbdelhak Benchikha
Date of birth22 November 1963 (age 60)
Place of birthBordj Bou Arréridj, Algeria
Youth career
USM Alger
Senior career*
YearsTeamApps(Gls)
MC Alger
JS Bordj Ménaïel
JS El Biar
1991–1994ES Zarzis
Managerial career
1999–2001CR Belouizdad
2001MC Alger
2001–2002Algeria U23
2002CA Bordj Bou Arréridj
2005CR Belouizdad
2005–2006Umm Salal
2006–2007ES Zarzis
2007–2009Club Africain
2009–2010Algeria A’ / Algeria U23
2010–2011Algeria
2011–2012MC Alger
2011–2012Club Africain
2013–2014Difaâ El Jadidi
2014Raja Casablanca
2014–2015Al-Ittihad Kalba
2015–2017IR Tanger
2017Raja Casablanca
2017Moghreb Tétouan
2018ES Sétif
2018–2019Al-Ittihad Tripoli
2019–2020Mouloudia Oujda
2020–2022DH El Jadida
2022RS Berkane
2023USM Alger – Simba SC

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His family is originally from the village of Sidi Abderrahmane in the commune of Timezrit, Boumerdès Province.

  • Managerial career

Benchikha began his managerial career coach with CR Belouizdad, where he helped win the league title two years in a row, in 2000 and 2001.

He then briefly coached MC Alger and the Algerian Under-23 national team before returning to CR Belouizdad in the later part of the 2004–05 season.

Benchikha then moved to Qatar and joined Umm-Salal Sports Club, which was playing in the second division. In his only season with the club, he helped it gain promotion to the top flight. The following season, he joined the Tunisian side ES Zarzis.

  • Club Africain

On 13 June 2007 Benchikha signed a one-year contract with Tunisian side Club Africain.[3] In his first season with the club, he led them to the league title for the first time in 12 years, beating out Etoile du Sahel by just 2 points in the final standings.

Just a few months later, he followed that up with a triumph in the 2008 North African Cup of Champions beating Moroccan club FAR Rabat in the final. In March 2009, the club offered him an extension but Benchikha chose to leave the club.

  • Algeria A’

On 10 June 2009, Benchikha was appointed as coach of the Algeria A’ national football team and the Algerian Under-23 national team.

He qualified the A’ national team to the 2011 African Nations Championship, after beating Libya 2–2 on the away goals rule.

  • Algeria National Team

On 13 September 2010, Benchikha was appointed as coach of the Algerian national team on a permanent basis, following the resignation Rabah Saâdane.

On 5 June 2011, a day after losing 4–0 in a 2012 Africa Cup of Nations qualifier against Morocco, Benchikha resigned from his position.

  • Club-hopping tenure

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On 17 December 2011, Benchikha signed an 18-month contract with Tunisian Ligue Professionnelle 1 side Club Africain, returning to the club which he led to the 2008 league title.

However, on 20 April 2012, a mutual agreement was reached by the club and Benchikha to terminate his contract.

He later had short spells in different countries, in which he managed Difaâ El Jadidi, Raja Casablanca, IR Tanger, Moghreb Tétouan, Mouloudia Oujda, DH El Jadida and RS Berkane in Morocco, Al-Ittihad Kalba in the United Arab Emirates, ES Sétif in Algeria and Al-Ittihad Tripoli in Libya.

  • USM Alger

On 25 December 2022, Benchikha contracted with USM Alger for a year and a half succeeding Boualem Charef, with Farid Zamiti assistant and Farid Belmellat coach of the goalkeepers.

On 13 March 2023, in the late match against HB Chelghoum Laïd in the Ligue 1, USM Alger supporters in the 37th minute of the second half left the stands in protest against the club administration.

After the end of the match Benchikha stated that he did not understand the anger of the supporters and that he Satisfied with the performance of his players, especially since in a month they played eight matches.

Benchikha set a goal, which is to win the CAF Confederation Cup, and his career was good, with his experience and the way he treated his players.

Benchikha said after the match against ASEC Mimosas in the semi-finals that it is the time to win the CAF Confederation Cup title for the first time.[13]

In the final against Young Africans, Benchikha managed to win his first title in Algeria and the first continental title in the history of USM Alger.

After the derby match against CR Belouizdad, Benchikha stated that the players after winning the CAF Confederation Cup went on vacation and that some players decided to leave.

Benchikha said that he is comfortable and that if he can compete for titles he will stay or prefer to stay in his home.

On 16 July 2023, Benchikha announced after the end of the Ligue 1 that he would remain in the club despite the offers he had received from clubs outside the country.

Benchikha said that he started recruiting and that there were players who agreed with them to sign and others who renewed their contracts.

On 15 September 2023, Benchikha won the CAF Super Cup title for the second time in a row after winning against Al Ahly, it is the second African title that he presented to USM Alger in three months.

On October 9, 2023, Abdelhak Benchikha submitted his resignation from his position, according to the official page on Facebook.

The reason was that he was subjected to insults at the entrance to the Omar Hamadi Stadium.

Later via video, Benchikha denied this and said that he resigned for sporting and professional reasons.

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