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Association football manager
25 September 1967, Algeria
Nabil Neghiz (Arabic: نبيل نغيز) (born 25 September 1967) is an Algerian football manager and the head coach of manager of MC Alger.
He first managed Mouloudia de Kaous, where he promoted them to the Inter-regions in 2006–2007, Nabil Neghiz then managed l’Entente de Collo in 2008–2009, promoting them to the 3rd division. He then became assistant manager along with the Brazilian Joao Alves at CS Constantine. He later returned to CRB Ain Fakroun. Under his management,the club gets promoted twice to obtain a place in the 3rd division.
Neghiz chose not to manage the team the next season. He began his season in 2013–2014 with WA Tlemcen in Ligue 2. He reached an agreement to leave the club before rejoining l’Olympique de Médéa to finish the season.
Neghiz became the interim manager of the Algeria national football team after the departure of Algerian manager Christian Gourcuff.
On 20 November 2017 he signed a contract with a Saudi club Ohud in his first experience outside Algeria.