Tunisian Radhi Jaidi undergoes his second training experience in Africa

The club decided Algerian ParadouToday, Tuesday, July 2, Tunisian Radhi Jaidi was appointed as the new coach of the team, succeeding the former coach Saber Sharif.

Paradou dismissed Sherif, who took over the team’s training last April and continued with the team until the end of the season. The team finished last season in the Algerian league in sixth place with 42 points.

Tunisian Radhi Jaidi’s career as a coach and player

For more than 8 years, Radhi Jaidi supervised the training of the youth team of Southampton, and won the English Premier League for the Under-23 category with them. He also led the Hartford City team to the “play-off” stage in the American League. He worked as part of the technical staff of the Belgian team, Cercle Brugge, before accepting an offer from his former team, Esperance, in the summer of 2021.

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And he came back Former Tunisian international In October 2022, he moved to Cercle Brugge as assistant coach, after previously working in the same position, specifically between February and August 2021.

Tunisian Radhi Jaidi spent 12 successful years as a player with Esperance between 1992 and 2004, playing 288 matches with them, winning 7 Tunisian league titles with Esperance, the African Confederation Cup and the African Champions League in 1994, and winning the African Cup with the Tunisian national team in 2004. He also played professionally in the English Premier League with Bolton, Birmingham and Southampton.

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