On April 19, 2014, he participated in PSG's victory (1-2) by entering in the 74th minute during the League Cup final against Olympique Lyonnais at the Stade de France. The only downside to the club's excellent start to the season was its October defeat at home against HBC Nantes (37-35 after extra time) in the quarter-final of the Coupe de la Ligue. The following season, the team again finished in 3rd position in the championship, to which the federation added two teams to reach 18 teams. The following season, Raja was crowned fall champion by being undefeated throughout the first leg, but again finished in 4th position in a league played with 14 teams. He was voted best coach of the season at the UNFP Football Trophies. On the heels of a fulfilling career as a defender, he became coach of PSG in 1996, at just 31 years old, then multiplied his experiences on the bench in his country or in France, not always with sporting success and with a rather restrictive, but always leaving the mark of a courteous and respectful man. The smiles will return with the successes in the final of the Coupes de la Ligue and de France, but Paris finishes 8th in the championship.
On July 28, 1974 at the Mohamed V Stadium, the final of the 1974 Throne Cup pitted the winners of the semi-finals, Raja who beat Wydad on penalties, against Maghreb de Fez who had eliminated Mouloudia d'Oujda. On July 14, 1968 at the Stade d'Honneur, the Throne Cup final took place, between Racing Athletic Club and Raja. After the usurped championship of 1960, Raja struggled to recover and lost two Coupe du Trône finals in 1965 and 1968. The team then won its first two trophies (1974 and 1977) and occupied the championship podium for five consecutive years between 1972 and 1977, but the coronation turned its back on it each time. As a high point, the “Whites” of Saint-Germain reached the quarter-finals of the Coupe de France in 1969, where they faced Olympique de Marseille. ↑ Berthou Thierry, History of Paris Saint-Germain Football Club (1904-1998), Saint-Maur, Pages de Foot, 1998, details on the beginnings of Stade Saint-Germain p. The Parisian club was created in 1941. Initially it was named Patriotes d'Asnières before changing to Asnières Sports a year later.
On June 8, 2014, he scored his third goal against Jamaica on a header from Olivier Giroud in a preparation match for the World Cup in Brazil starting four days later. Highest French audience for a televised match: 22.2 million viewers for Portugal-France: 0-1 (semi-final of the 2006 World Cup), with an audience peak of 25,114,880 spectators at the time of the match final whistle. Nevertheless, the club won several national titles, the CAF Cup in 2003, the Arab Champions League in 2006 and lost a Champions League final in 2002. After the 2013 Club World Cup final, poor management of Mohamed Boudrika will lead Raja into a deep financial crisis and cause them setbacks in the league and the Champions League. He is recognized as one of the best attackers in Moroccan football at the time of the French Protectorate who wore the colors of several clubs including the Moroccan Sports Union, and the Moroccan colonial selection. He is currently the second top scorer in the history of the Cameroonian selection behind Samuel Eto'o, first with his 56 goals.
He then took advantage of the international retirements of Hugo Lloris and Steve Mandanda to join the selection as number 3. He obtained his first selection in June 2023 during a match against Gibraltar (0-1) after becoming number 2 and the holder is injured. 23. September 8, 2023 Boris-Paichadze Stadium, Tbilisi, Georgia Georgia 1 – 7 Euro 2024 Qualifiers Holder. ↑ PSG-Reims match program of September 18, 1976, p. ↑ Kylian Mbappé equals Zinédine Zidane's number of goals in the Champions League. On August 20, the European champions beat Denmark 3-0 in Copenhagen in a friendly. In 2005-2006, Barcelona achieved the Liga-Champions League double. His last coached club was MC Alger from December 2014, where he was fired in October 2015, after a defeat at home against the newly promoted DRB Tadjenanet (3-2), despite the club's fourth place in championship at the time of the departure of the Portuguese technician. The off-season is made complicated by the delays surrounding the departure of coach Carlo Ancelotti, who ultimately left for Real Madrid.