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US Monastir

US Monastirienne
Union Sportive Monastirienne
Full name Union Sportive Monastirienne
Nickname(s) Abna Ribat
Founded March 17, 1923
Ground Stade Mustapha Ben Jannet
Monastir, Tunisia
Ground Capacity 25,000
Chairman Ahmed Belli
Manager Mourad Okbi
League Ligue 2

Union Sportive Monastirienne (Arabic: الاتحاد الرياضي المنستيري‎, often referred to as USM or USMo), is a football club from Monastir in Tunisia. Founded in 1923 under the name Ruspina Sports, it was renamed Union Sportive Monastirienne in 1942. The new name reflects the union between Ruspina Sports and other clubs in town (swimming, petanque, etc.) and the Nationalists union of Monastir (like Mustapha Ben Jannet). The team plays in blue and white colors, on its own Mustapha Ben Jannet stadium (capacity of 20,000). They train in the El Moraudi club hotel port El Kantaoui.

US Monastir's alternate logo used in the away shirt.

Contents

  • Players 1
    • Current Squad 1.1
  • Former Managers 2
  • External links 3

Players

Current Squad

Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.
No. Position Player
1 GK Hichem Zahani
3 DF Ahmed Ayadi
4 DF Amine Kamoun
5 MF Hatem Ait Lachkar
6 FW Junior Karamoko
7 DF Wajdi Saidani
9 FW Marouane Troudi
10 MF Zied Machmoum
11 MF Wajdi Jabbari
15 DF Mohamed Houssem Slimène
16 GK Makram Bediri
No. Position Player
18 FW Salim Bouafif
19 MF Hossine Messadi
21 DF Rami Belhaj Salem
23 MF Dape Marius Gnabouyou
24 DF Wael Sammoud
25 DF Abdallah Berrabeh
27 MF Ali Gharbi
28 FW Hamza Messadi
29 MF Mehdi Zaouali
31 DF Aymen Ben Amor
33 MF Claude Signone

Former Managers

External links

  • (Fr), (Ar) Official website
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