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2012 CAF Confederation Cup qualifying rounds CODM Meknès won 5–0 on aggregate and advanced to the second round.
2012 CAF Confederation Cup qualifying rounds 1–1 on aggregate. CODM Meknès won on the away goals rule and advanced to the play-off round.
André Senghor Senghor was loaned to Raja Casablanca, where he scored two goals in his first league match, against CODM Meknès, the second was one of the best of season.
Abdellah Bidane Abdellah Bidane (born 19 August 1967), also known as Abdellah Bidar, is a Moroccan football defender who played for Morocco in the 1986 FIFA World Cup. He also played for CODM Meknès.
Stade d'Honneur (Meknes) Stade d'Honneur is a multi-use stadium in Meknes, Morocco. It is currently used mostly for football matches and hosts the home games of CODM Meknès. The stadium holds 20,000 people.
COD Meknès COD Meknes (), also called Club Omnisports De Meknès is a Moroccan football club based in Meknes. The club came into being when four local teams; Rachad Meknassi, ASTF, Atlas and Alismailia merged on June 21, 1962. Upon formation CODM Meknès created teams in water polo, basketball, volleyball, handball and most notably football.
Carlos António Gomes After his demands were refused by Sporting, he moved to Spain, where he represented Granada and Real Oviedo. He returned to Portugal, to play for Atlético, in 1960/61. He was a known opponent of the fascist regime and it is believed, like he claimed, that the allegations of rape against him were a set-up, created by the political police of the regime to force him to leave football. After a simulated injury in an Atlético game with Vitória Guimarães, he escaped to Spain. Later, he escaped to Morocco and played with Tangier FC, USP Tangier and CODM Meknès.