1955 Ali Othman (Egypt) & Majid Mohammed 1957 Ahmed Abu Taha (Egypt) Nov 1958 Edmund Majewski (Austria) Oct 1962 Ljubiša Brocić (Yugoslavia) Nov 1964 Mohammed Abdo Saleh Al-Wahsh (Egypt) 1966-1969 Dimitri Tadic (Yugoslavia) 1970 Taha El-Doukhi (Egypt) July 1971-1973 Ljubiša Brocić (Yugoslavia) June 1973 Hassan Nassir 1973-1975 Ljubiša Brocić (Yugoslavia) 12.1.76-10.1.78 Mário Jorge Lobo Zagallo (Brazil) 1978 Saleh Zakaria 1978-1982 Carlos Alberto Parreira (Brazil) 31.3.83-1985 Antônio Lopes dos Santos (Brazil) April 1985-1986 Malcolm Allison (England) 1986 Saleh Zakaria 1986-1987 György Mezey (Hungary) 18.1.87-1988 Antônio Vieira (Brazil) 4.2.1988 George Armstrong (England) April 1989 Miguel Pereira (Brazil) 1989-1990 Otacílio (Brazil) 27.1.1990 Luiz Felipe Scolari (Brazil) 1990 Mohammed Karam 1990-1992 Valmir Louruz (Brazil) 1992-1993 Paulo Luiz Campos (Brazil) 1993 Gildo Rodriguez (Brazil) 1993 Jawad Al-Maqseed 1993-1996 Valeri Lobanovsky (Ukraine) 1996-1999 Milan Máčala (Czech Republic) 1999-2001 Dušan Uhrin (Czech Republic) 2002 Hans-Hubert “Berti” Vogts (Germany) 2002 Radojko Avramović (Yugoslavia) 2003-2004 Paulo César Carpeggiani (Kuwait) 2004 Mohammed Ibrahim Hajiya [*] 2005 Slobodan Pavković (Serbia & Montenegro) 2005 Mohammed Ibrahim Hajiya 2005-2006 Mihai Stoichita (Romania) 2006-2007 Fawzi Ibrahim 2007-2008 Rodion Hamid Gačanin (Croatia) 2008-2009 Mohammed Ibrahim Hajiya 2009-2013 Goran Tufegdžić (Serbia) 2013-2014 Jorvan Vieira (Portugal) [*] Michel Hidalgo (France) was technical director during the 17th Gulf Cup
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