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2004–05 Moroccan Throne Cup

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2004-05 Moroccan Throne Cup
CountryMorocco
ChampionsRaja de Casablanca (6th title)
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In Morocco, the 2004-05 Throne Cup was won by Raja de Casablanca, who beat Olympique de Khouribga in the final.[1]

Last 16[edit | edit source]

Date Team 1 Team 2 Result Scorers
5 March 2005 Wydad de Fès Difaâ Hassani El Jadidi 0 - 0*
6 May 2005 Maghreb de Fès Union de Touarga 3 - 1
6 May 2006 Chabab Houara Fath de Nador 1 - 0
6 May 2006 Mouloudia d'Oujda FUS de Rabat 1 - 1**
9 March 2005 CODM de Meknès Ittihad Fkih Ben Salah 2 - 0
9 March 2005 Hassania d'Agadir OC Khouribga 1 - 2
20 June 2006 Kawkab Marrakech Raja de Casablanca 1 - 3
20 June 2006 FAR de Rabat JS Massira 0 - 1

* after extra time, 5-4 on penalties
** after extra time, 3-4 on penalties

Quarter finals[edit | edit source]

Date Team 1 Team 2 Result Scorers
7 May 2005 Wydad de Fès FUS de Rabat 1 - 1*
7 May 2005 CODM de Meknès Raja de Casablanca 0 - 2
20 June 2006 JS Massira Chabab Houara 2 - 0
20 June 2006 Maghreb de Fès OC Khouribga 1 - 0

* after extra time, 3-4 on penalties

Semi-finals[edit | edit source]

Date Team 1 Team 2 Result Scorers
20 June 2006 FUS de Rabat Raja de Casablanca 0 - 1 Edgar 12'
20 June 2006 OC Khouribga JS Massira 1 - 0 Rafik 44'

Final[edit | edit source]

Teams Raja de Casablanca - OC Khouribga
Score 0-0 after extra time, 5 - 4 on penalties
Date 16 July 2005
Stadium Prince Moulay Abdellah Stadium, Rabat
67 000 spectators
Referee Mohamed Guezzaz
Goals -
Raja de Casablanca Mustapha Chadli; Elamine Erbate; Redouane Haimeur; Abdellatif Jrindou; Hicham Aboucherouane; Edgar Loué; Soufiane Alloudi; Mouhssine Yajour; Merouane Zemmama; Hicham Misbah; Rachid Soulaimani

Coach: Alexandru Moldovan

OC Khouribga Hamza Boudlal; Abdessamad Rafik; Bakare; Salaheddine Akal; Samir Falah; Treiki; Hicham Mahdoufi; Hassan Souari; Morsadi; Bouizkarne; Ouarrad

Coach: Mustapha Madih


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References[edit | edit source]

2004 Category:2004 in Morocco Category:2005 in Moroccan sport


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