1966 Emad Al-Maawada & Abdul-Salam Alam 1970-74 Hamada El-Sharqawi (Egypt) 1974-75 Danny McLennan (Scotland) 1976 Jack Mansell (England) 1979 Michael Germán (Brazil) 1979-81 Ljubiša Brocić (Yugoslavia) 1981 Ali Ahmed Farouq 1982-84 Sebastião Pereira de Araújo (Brazil) 1984-86 Keith Burkinshaw (England) 1988 Abdelmajid El-Chetali (Tunisia) 1990 Uli Maslo (West Germany) 1992-93 Sebastião Pereira de Araújo (Brazil) 1994 Ivan (Yugoslavia) 1994 Hamad Rashid Nasser Al-Noyami 1996 Fuad Boshqar 1997 Josef Hickersberger (Austria) 1998 Ernesto Rosa Guedes (Brazil) 1999 Alexandru Moldovan (Romania) 2000 Salman Sharida 2001-02 Wolfgang Sidka (Germany) 2003-04 Srečko Juričić (Croatia) 2005 Khalil Ebrahim Shewiar 2005 Wolfgang Sidka (Germany) 2005-06 Luka Peruzović (Croatia) 2006 Senad Krešo (Bosnia & Herzegovina) [*] 2006-07 Hans-Peter Briegel (Germany) 2007 Senad Krešo (Bosnia & Herzegovina) [*] 2007-08 Milan Máčala (Czech Republic) [*] the Bahrain Olympic team (Under-23) coached by Bosnian Senad Krešo was chosen to play the game in the 2007 Asian Cup Qualifying Group against Australia. Bahrain was desperate to secure an Asian Cup final berth as group D runners-up behind the Socceroos; to give Bahrain the best chance of achieving that goal, Bahrain football officials opted to leave behind their best and most experienced players and keep them fresh for the crucial match against Kuwait one month later, the game that would determine who finishes behind Australia. Bahrain had brought its under-23 Olympic team, with two over-age players.
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