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2005–06 Moroccan Throne Cup

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2005-06 Moroccan Throne Cup
CountryMorocco
ChampionsOC Khouribga (1st title)
← 2004–05 Moroccan Throne Cup
2006–07 Moroccan Throne Cup →

The 2005–06 Moroccan Throne Cup was won by OC Khouribga. The final took place on 5 November 2006 at the Prince Moulay Abdellah Stadium in Rabat.[1]

This edition featured a shock, when defending champions Raja de Casablanca forfeited their quarter final match against Hassania d'Agadir.

Last 16[edit | edit source]

Date Team 1 Team 2 Result Scorers
15 April 2006 AS Salé FAR de Rabat 2 - 0 Kabli 116, 119
22 April 2006 Ittihad Tanger Etoile de Tanger 2 - 1
23 April 2006 Hassania d'Agadir Wydad AC 1 - 0
23 April 2006 KAC Kénitra Ittihad Khemisset 1 - 1*
23 April 2006 Rachad Bernoussi Union de Mohammédia 0 - 0**
26 April 2006 Najm de Marrakech Raja de Casablanca 0 - 1 Jrindou 95
4 May 2006 CODM de Meknès Moghreb Tétouan 1 - 0 M.Saidi 78
10 May 2006 Chabab Ben Guérir OC Khouribga 0 - 0***

*after extra time, 8-9 on penalties
**after extra time, 4-2 on penalties
***after extra time, 2-4 on penalties

Quarter finals[edit | edit source]

Date Team 1 Team 2 Result Scorers
7 May 2006 Ittihad Tanger Ittihad Khemisset 1 - 1*
7 May 2006 AS Salé CODM de Meknès 0 - 1 Knipa 60
Hassania d'Agadir Raja de Casablanca ---
1 June 2006 Rachad Bernoussi OC Khouribga 0 - 2

---Forfeited by Raja de Casablanca
*after extra time, 4-2 on penalties

Semi-finals[edit | edit source]

Date Team 1 Team 2 Result Scorers
20 June 2006 CODM de Meknès Hassania d'Agadir 0 - 1 Ouchrif 70
20 June 2006 OC Khouribga Ittihad Tanger 4 - 0 Rafik ; Miri ; Camara 80 ; 81

Final[edit | edit source]

Teams Hassania d'Agadir - OC Khouribga
Score 0 - 1
Date 5 November 2006
Stadium Prince Moulay Abdellah Stadium, Rabat
67 000 spectators
Referee Slimane Barhmi
Goals Mohammed Morsadi
Hassania d'Agadir Youssef Laabadi; Mustapha Ouchrif; Adil Matouni; Mohammed Jabrane (Hassan Ouchrif 70); Papa Sika Diallo (Boubker Lahmadi 82); Mohammed Lahssaini; Khalid Chakour; Jamal Aboulmaghar (Omar Najdi Template:61e); Samir Sarsar; Hakim Daoudi; Azzeddine Hissa

Coach: Eugen Moldovan

OC Khouribga Hamza Boudlal; Zakaria Amzil; Tarik Miri; Samir Falah; Abdessamad Ouarad; Hicham Mahdoufi; Jaouad Akaddar (Redouane Baqlal 83); Hassan Bouizgar (Mamadou Ba Camara 69); ; Mohammed Morsadi; Jamal Triki (Brahim Largo 61); Mourad Eraji

Coach: Mustapha Madih

Yellow Cards Mohammed Morsadi; Abdessamad Ouarad
Red Cards Samir Sarsar

References[edit | edit source]


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