Yesterday MAS, Fes football team, made it to the CAF final after they won 1 – 0 against Interclub from Angola. The goal was scored at the additional time by Chtaibi via a nice shot from a distance of almost 25 meters. After the game, Fes and Morocco celebrated this interesting calcification as it is the first in the history of the Fassi team, why not their first title. On the 6th of November they will play against Club D'afrique from Tunisia in order to add the African title to the Fassi's trophy closet.
Also the Wydad team from Casablanca made it to the African Champions league final and they will play the final against another Tunisian team. If they make it and win the Champions league, they will be playing the world cup for football teams.
Good luck Moroccan teams!
The 5th International University Theatre Festival of Tangier is held from Monday, October 24 to Saturday 29 under the theme "Theatre, a universal language of expression."
The Festival this year received forty applications from universities in Spain, France, Belgium, Lithuania, Russia, China, Egypt, Saudi Arabia, Iraq, Tunisia Algeria, the United Arab Emirates and Morocco.
The artistic committee has selected eleven theatrical performances to participate in the official competition of the Festival.
Badou Zaki was born April 2, 1959 in Sidi Kacem Morocco. He was the goal keeper of the Atlas Lions and coach of the Moroccan national football team. Badoo, football player, began in 1976 with the AS Salé, two years later he joined Wydad Casablanca before joining the RCD Mallorca in 1986, he was honored as best foreign player in La Liga 1986-1987 Spain. He participated in the football World Cup in 1986 with the Moroccan team who made it to the second round after winning 3 – 0 against Portugal. Also he played four times in the African Cup of Nations (1980, 1986, 1988 and 1992). Three main teams that he presented were AS sale, Wydad Casablanca, Real Mallorca and Fath Rabat. Nowadays there still his statue in the city of Mallorca as recognition of gratitude.
His career as a coach started with the FUS Rabat (semi-finals of the cup from the Throne 1993 / 1994), Kawkab Marrakech and finally the Moroccan national team 2004 (finalist in the African Cup of Nations). As such, because of all his gifts to the Moroccan football, he was selected as best Arab coach of the year (2005).
Badoo, goalkeeper, is champion of Morocco in 1979 and 1986, winner of the Throne Cup soccer in 1979 and 1981 Cup winner Mohamed V in 1979, winning the Golden Ball in 1986, finalist of the Cup the King of Spain (Copa del Rey) in 1991. Zaki was captain of Mallorca between 1986 and 1991 and captained the national team of Morocco from 1984 to 1992.
Most of our volunteers are planning to visit the bleu pearl, Chefchaouen, situated in the Rif Mountains with its bleu relaxing atmosphere and cool water. Almost the entire city is bleached in bleu that was first initiated by the Jewish refugees who lived there during the 1930s. It is a spectacular sight at the backdrop of peaks of the Rif Mountains. The streets are filled with cozy restaurants and shops where you can easily mingle with the locals. If you are into souvenir shopping, I’m sure you can find some good choices there too. Have a nice weekend and stay safe!
Located near the Atlas Mountains, Meknes has a seasonal climate, shifting from cool winters to hot summers. That gives the city the ability to stay forever green. Meknes is known as Morocco's agriculture's capital, and North Africa's olives capital. Olive agriculture is widely spread all over the mountainous suburbs of Meknes. While wandering in the city or Medina of Meknes, you'll find newly picked juicy olives and olive's oil. Also Meknes is worldwide known as it used to be the Romans' capital while during their invasion. The most famous ruins in Morocco is Volubilus, surrounded with mountains the site is just over welcoming and charming in a way that you would encounter 10s of photographs chasing their luck to get perfect photos. So if you are lucky enough to get thatJ welcome.
Saturday The 15th of October is an opportunity for live music lovers to vibrate in the beach of Agadir as the 7th edition of "Concert pour la tolerance" or "Tolerance concert" is going to be held this year on same place, Agadir Beach, at 18h. This event is nearly followed by 30 million viewers according to organizers; the event is filmed by M6 TV crew, presented by the French leader: Laurent Boyer and broadcast on several international channels M6, RTL, TV5 world.
This outdoors show, brings together French and international artists including Jennifer, Inna, Camellia Jordana, Julian Perretta, Yael Naim, Superbus, Cheb Bilal, Kenza Farah, Sheryfa Luna, Amadou and Mariam, Shada Hassoun and Ribab Fusion.The concert aims to raise a variety of public respect for differences and openness to diversity through a universal language: music.
Sometimes some things are just too crazy to believe but true!!
It happened yesterday that I was sitting in a coffee shop in MED 5th street in Rabat. While sipping my drink randomly, there was a fool caricature artist distributing his works and guessing randomly the result of Morocco Vs Tanzania game before the start. I still remember that he said " we will win 3—1, he even named the players who will score – Chamak, Taarabt and Boussofa- successively " fortunately, what he said was hundred per cent true and we make it to the African Nations Cup finals of 2012 in Guinea and Gabon. After the game a couple of thousands of Moroccans headed to main streets and squares to celebrate all together this happy moment.
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