This lasted till 2006, when Guillou and Beveren broke up with ASEC Mimosas. On 19 November 1989, advocate Roger Ougnin was elected as club president. They play matches on Saturday and get health care and tutoring.
A few years later, ASEC beat their own record by winning the league seven consecutive times between 2000 and 2006. ASEC has, after own declarations, more than 8,000,000 fans in Ivory Coast and 15,000,000 in the whole region. So Guillou and Ougnin decided to replace the old squad with the first products of the Academy, most of them only aged around 17/18 years. In the following weeks, they started to scout amongst thousands of young kids to form the first promotions to receive coaching and education.
When Guillou became manager of Belgian side K.S.K. Players as Yaya Tour, Arthur Boka, Emmanuel Ebou, Gervinho, Romaric and Copa all had their time in Beveren. ASEC Mimosas was founded on 1 January 1948 by a group of businessmen from Western Africa, Lebanon and France. ", "L'Express de Madagascar: Actualits en direct, politiques, conomies, sports, cultures, madagascar, afrique, monde", "BBC SPORT | Football | My Club | Charlton Athletic | Charlton focus on Ivorian future", "FIFA.com Charlton knpft weltweites Netzwerk", "Equipe professionnelle Saison 20122013", "BBC SPORT | Football | African | Asec's amazing run", http://www.rsssf.com/tabless/shalom-roma.html, https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=ASEC_Mimosas&oldid=1099557799, Association football clubs established in 1948, Articles with dead external links from August 2020, Short description is different from Wikidata, Pages using infobox football club with unknown parameters, Articles with specifically marked weasel-worded phrases from December 2014, Articles with French-language sources (fr), Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License 3.0, Association Sportive des Employs de Commerce, This page was last edited on 21 July 2022, at 11:36.
In addition, ASEC's Acadmie MimoSifcom has produced a number of famous players predominantly based in top foreign leagues, including Bonaventure Kalou, Didier Zokora, Emmanuel Ebou, Bakari Kon, Gervinho, Salomon Kalou, Romaric, Boubacar Barry, Didier Ya Konan, Kolo Tour, Yaya Tour and Odilon Kossounou, all of whom have played internationally. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.
The students live in dorms during the week and have two training sessions a day. But most of the old players were aged, had left the club or at least wanted to.
 Amongst others, Boubacar 'Copa' Barry, Kolo Tour, Didier Zokora, Gilles Yapi Yapo, Siaka Tin, Abdoulaye Djire, Venance Zz, and Aruna Dindane were part of that squad. Together with chairman Roger Ougnin, he founded the Acadmie MimoSifcom at Sol Bni. The club's colours are yellow and black; the badge displays a Mimosa.
Our system will send your password to your e-mail address. ASEC then linked up with Charlton Athletic.. The owners protested against this measure and Esprance's president Slim Chiboub called it a "scandal to be playing against children".
Beveren in 2001, many of the Academy's players joined him. In the early 1970s, ASEC rose to power by winning the league title 5 out of 6 possible times from 1970 to 1975. Together with their biggest rival Africa Sports National, they contest the most important ivorian football derby. The academy started by Roger Ougnin and Jean-Marc Guillou in 1993 at ASEC's training complex has since produced many international stars.
The club is also known as ASEC Mimosas Abidjan and ASEC Abidjan, especially in international club competitions. These two are also the only clubs allowed to play their home games in Stade Flix Houphout-Boigny. After having qualified for the semi-finals already five times before, ASEC finally won the CAF Champions League in 1998. In 1993, former French national player Jean-Marc Guillou joined the club staff as director, manager and financier. If you have forgotten your username and/or password on BetExplorer.com, enter your e-mail address used in registration. Fabre also shaped the club's philosophy of que les enfants s'amusent en jouant au football (may the children have fun by playing football).. As a result, the Belgian team consisted mainly out of Ivorian players for several years. ASEC also provided the backbone of the national team that won the 1992 African Cup of Nations, including key members of the side such as Ben Badi, Donald-Olivier Si and Basile Aka Kouam. This was the time for ASEC to return to old strength, winning the championship six consecutive times between 1990 and 1995. This was the era of players as Laurent Pokou and Eustache Mangl. These could use Beveren as a chance to show their talent to top European clubs. However, the young ASEC squad surprisingly beat their opponents by 3 to 1 goals and brought in the second big international title for their club.
In 1999, following ASECs success in the 1998 Champions League, ASEC faced Esprance Sportive de Tunis in the CAF Super Cup. In his wish to professionalize the club, he introduced Philippe Troussier as coach from 1989 till 1992. In the next years, it was Africa Sports who dominated the league, with ASEC winning only once in 1980. For some players, this was the chance to sign for a European club, for example team captain Tchiressoua Guel, who joined Olympique de Marseille afterwards. The student-athletes are given an education, for which they take classes in math, history, geography, physics, French, English, and Spanish. Founded in 1948, they are the most successful side in Ivorian football, having won the Ivorian Premier Division 24 times and the 1998 CAF Champions League. After Independence in 1960, ASEC won its first title in the newly found Premier Division in 1963. The following clubs are affiliated with ASEC: ASECs youth academy has been described[by whom?] The Association Sportive des Employs de Commerce Mimosas, literally Mimosas Commerce Employees' Sporting Association, is an Ivorian football club based in Abidjan. , The report about ASEC Abidjan win in 2001 tournament that was held in, West African Club Championship (UFOA Cup), "Asec Mimosas (Club sportif) Abidjan.net Qui est qui?
The club originates from a place called Sol-bni (French for Holy Ground) in Abidjan-M'pouto, which today is the name of their training complex.
Head-to-head: Academie de FAD - ASEC Mimosas, Academie de Football Amadou Diallo de Djekanou, Amicale Sportive des Employes de Commerce Mimosas, Betting odds serviceprovided in cooperation with, Save your time by setting your preferred sport. ASEC holds the world record for unbeaten league games, racking up 108 league and domestic cup games without loss between 1989 and 1994 before they were eventually beaten by SO Armee; four more than the unbeaten run of Steaua Bucureti in the late 1980s. as the crown jewel of African football. The fans are called the Actionnaires. for transfers see: ASEC Mimosas transfers. If you haven't activated your username on BetExplorer.com yet, there will be also your activation code sent.  In the following years, ASEC competed in the Championship of Abidjan together with their eternal rival Africa Sports, with their first professional coach being Frenchman Guy Fabre in 1954. They are organised in the CNACO (Comit National d`Action et de Coordination, = National Committee for Action and Coordination), which has 40,000 members and consists out of 350 commissions. Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules.
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