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Throne Cup: Renaissance Berkane Beat Wydad Fez in Final Game
Rabat  -  

Renaissance Berkane lifted their first Throne Cup following a 3-2 win in the final game over Wydad Fez in the penalty shootout after a 2-2 draw at the end of extra time, Sunday at Rabat’s Prince Moulay Abdellah Stadium.

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AFCON 2019 Qualifiers: Ziyach Scores Twice to Hand Morocco Vital Win Over Cameroon
17/11/2018
Casablanca  -  

Morocco defeated Cameroon 2-0 Friday at Casablanca's Mohammed V Stadium to take a giant step towards Africa Cup of Nations.

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Morocco Slips to 47th Place in FIFA Ranking
25/10/2018
Zurich  -  

Morocco's national football team dropped two places to 47th spot in the latest FIFA ranking, released on Thursday.

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Confederation Cup: Raja Book their Place in Final
25/10/2018
Casablanca  -  

Raja Casablanca qualified to the final of the Confederation Cup after defeating on Wednesday Nigeria's Enyimba FC (3-1) on aggregate at Casablanca's Mohammed V Stadium.

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2019 AFCON Qualifiers: Morocco Draw Against Comoros (2-2)
16/10/2018
Mitsamiouli  -  

The Moroccan football team drew 2-2 against their Comorian counterpart, Tuesday at the Saïd Mohamed Cheikh International Stadium in Mitsamiouli (Comoros), in their fourth match of the Africa Cup of Nations qualifiers.

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AFCON 2019 Qualifiers: Injury Time Penalty Gives Morocco Dramatic Win Over Comoros
14/10/2018
Casablanca  -  

Morocco edged Comoros (1-0) Saturday at Casablanca's Mohammed V Stadium in their 2019 Africa Cup of Nations qualifiers.

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AFCON 2019 Qualifiers: Morocco's Coach Unveils 26-Man Squad to Play against Comoros
02/10/2018
Rabat  -  

Morocco's coach Herve Renard on Tuesday unveiled the list of the 26 players who will play against Comoros on October 13 at Casablanca’s Mohammed V Stadium (7 p.m.) and on October 16 at Said Mohamed Cheikh Stadium in Mitsamiouli (Comoros) in the third and fourth matches of the 2019 Africa Cup of Nations qualifiers (Group B), the Royal Moroccan Football Federation (FRMF) said on its website.

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