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Abdellah El-Ajri, "Blinda"[1] (Arabic: عبد الله بليندة‎; September 25, 1951 – March 17, 2010) was a Moroccan football player and manager and a handball player. Career[edit] Abdellah Blinda was firstly a handball player before he started playing football. He played for the Morocco
Morocco
national football team,[2] making six appearances,[3] and the Morocco
Morocco
national handball team at the same time.[4] As a football Player, he was illustrated with FUS Rabat
Rabat
especially when he scored two goals in the final of 1973 Moroccan Throne Cup against Ittihad Khemisset
Ittihad Khemisset
(3-2).[4] As a manager, Blinda managed several clubs in Morocco
Morocco
and abroad like Raja Casablanca, FUS Rabat
Rabat
and Baniyas SC. He also managed the Morocco national under-20 football team,[3] senior Morocco
Morocco
national football team in 1994 FIFA World Cup[5] and the Morocco
Morocco
local national team in 2008.[4] On March 17, 2010, El-Ajri died in the morning after suffering a heart attack in Rabat. He was age 59.[4][6] References[edit]

^ Jones, Grahame L. (June 12, 1994). "World Cup USA '94/Group F Preview: Morocco
Morocco
at a Glance". Los Angeles Times.  ^ Courtney, Barrie (July 14, 2003). " Morocco
Morocco
- Details of World Cup Matches". RSSSF.  ^ a b Graves, Gary (June 15, 1994). "Blinda nabs home-grown talent from Europe". Orlando Sentinel.  ^ a b c d Hassouni, Ali (March 17, 2010). " Abdellah Blinda n'est plus" (in French). Le Matin.  ^ Mubarak, Hassanin (January 24, 2006). " Morocco
Morocco
National Team Coaches". RSSSF. Retrieved 2009-10-05.  ^ Abdallah Blinda is no more Archived December 22, 2014, at Archive.is

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Raja Casablanca
Raja Casablanca
– managers

Kassimi (1949–55) Jalal (1956) Jégo (1957–68) Blinda (1968–70) Houmane (1970–73) Tibari (1973–77) Tachkov (1977–82) Orosz (1982–86) Hassan (1986–88) Cabrita (1988–89) Saâdane (1989–90) Cabrita (1990–91) Fakhir (1992–96) Rogov (1996) Moldovan (1996–97) El Ammari (1997) Halilhodžić (1997–98) Fulloné (1998–2000) Vieira (2000) Moldovan (2000–01) Takač (2001) Jamal (2001–02) Meeuws (2002–03) Michel (2003–04) Casimiro (2004) Fiard (2004) Stambouli (2004–05) Moldovan (2005) Fulloné (2005–06) Fortes (2006–07) Nejmi (2007) Chay (2007–08) Sellami (2008) Romão (2008–09) Mozer (2009) Romão (2009–10) Michel (2010) Fakhir (2010–11) Balaci (2011) Marchand (2011–12) Fakhir (2012–13) Benzarti (2013–14) Benchikha (2014) Romão (2014–15) Jamal (2015) Krol (2015) Taoussi (2015–16) Fakhir (2016–17) Garrido (2017–)

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Morocco
Morocco
national football team – managers

Benbarek (1957) Khamiri (1959) Lokhrimi (1959) Benbarek (1960) Firoud (1961) Massoun & Antitif (1961–63) Massoun & Mahjoub (1963–67) Mahjoub (1967) Cluseau & Settati (1969) Settati (1969) Vidinić (1970) Barinaga (1971–72) Settati (1972) Mahjoub (1972–73) Mărdărescu (1974–78) El-Ammari (1978) Cluseau (1979) Fontaine (1979–81) Jebrane & Hamidouch (1980) Hamidouch (1981) El-Ammari (1982) Valente (1983) Faria (1983–88) Valente (1988–89) Angelillo (1989–90) Blinda (1990) El-Naciri (1990) Olk (1990–92) Louzani (1992) Blinda (1993–94) Lamari (1994) Gílson Nunes (1995) Michel (1995–2000) Kasperczak (2000) Madih (2000) Coelho (2000–02) Zaki (2002–05) Troussier (2005) Fakhir (2006–07) Michel (2007–08) Jamal (2008) Lemerre (2008–09) Moumen (2009–10) Gerets (2010–12) Taoussi (2012–13) Benabicha (2013–14) Zaki (2014–16) Renard (2016–)

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Morocco
Morocco
squad – 1994 FIFA World Cup

1 Azmi (c) 2 Abdellah 3 El Hadrioui 4 El Khalej 5 Triki 6 Naybet 7 Hadji 8 Azzouzi 9 Chaouch 10 El Haddaoui 11 Daoudi 12 Dghay 13 Bahja 14 Masbahi 15 Hababi 16 Nader 17 Laghrissi 18 Neqrouz 19 Bouyboud 20 Kachloul 21 Samadi 22 Alaoui Coach: Blinda

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