Esperance Tunis announced Thursday that they were separating from their coach Mouine Chaabani, in office since October 2018.
The information was no longer in doubt for weeks, it was officially confirmed this Thursday: Mouine Chaabani is no longer the coach of Esperance Sportif Tunis. The Tunisian champions announced in a press release that they had reached an agreement with his future successor, without revealing the name of the latter. “The club sends its thanks and gratitude to the club’s son, coach Mouine Chaabani, for the work he has accomplished and for the trophies he has obtained at local and continental levels. “
يتقدم الترجي الرياضي التونسي بتحية شكر وتقدير إلى ابن النادي المدرب معين الشعباني على العمل الذي قام به وعلى التتويجات التي تحصل عليها على الصعيدين المحلي والقاري مع فريق أكابر كرة القدم, ويتمنى له بالمناسبة النجاح والتوفيق في محطاته القادمة في عالم التدريب.#TarajiDawla pic.twitter.com/dxH9Xw4X5p
– Esperance Sportive De Tunis (@ ESTunis1919) July 22, 2021
In office since October 2018, Chaabani had been weakened by the double defeat against Al-Ahly (0-1, 0-3), last month in the semi-finals of the Champions League. The credit of the man of the double in the Champions League is now exhausted. His successor must be appointed by the resumption of training for the Blood and Gold on July 26th. The names of Nabil Maaloul and Lasaad Chabbi, two Tunisian technicians, circulated most insistently in recent days.