Moroccan renowned coach Mustapha Madih died on Sunday, November 4 at the age of 62 after a long battle with illness.
Rabat – The former coach of Morocco’s national under-17 football team was born in Casablanca in 1956.
He will be buried in Casablanca today.
Madih also served as a coach for several other Moroccan football teams, including Olympique Khouribga (2006-2007), AS FAR (2007), and Hassania Agadir (2011).
The football icon made several achievements during his football career. He won several titles, including Throne Cup and Moroccan football championships.
Madih also drove his players to the 2004 Summer Olympics in Athens, Greece.
He also served as the coach for Qatari football club Al Wakrah (2009/2010).