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Wydad Casablanca were formed in 1937 initially as a sports club for swimmers, but adopted tennis and later football (1939), for which the club is now most famous.
The Moroccan side are a former champion of African having won the 1992 African Cup of Champions Clubs, the forerunner to todays competition. On that occasion they defeated Sudanese side Al Hilal 2-0 on aggregate to record their first continental triumph.
They later won the African Cup Winners' Cup in 2002, and were the 2010 champions of Morocco, their first League title since 2006.
They have won 17 League titles in all, when one includes the old Moroccan domestic competition and the Botola that is played today. It is the most League titles of any side in the country.
Their last appearance in the African Champions League was in 2007 when they exited in the second round to Cote dIvoire side Asec Abidjan.
The side is currently coached by well-travelled Swiss national Michel Decastel, who has also managed in Tunisia and Egypt in recent years.
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