The Club Olympique des Transports (Arabic: النادي الأولمبي للنقل‎), often referred to as COT or Ennakel is a Tunisian football club based in the city of Tunis. The club was founded in 1945, the team plays in blue and black colors. Their ground is currently the , which has a capacity of 3,000. But, like all districts clubs, the club installed in Mellassine, a popular district of Tunis, was unable to resist the deman and has plummeted in three years to end up in the in 2007–2008 before rising again to CLP-3, and reaching the quarter-finals of the President Cup this year.

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  • The Club Olympique des Transports (Arabic: النادي الأولمبي للنقل‎), often referred to as COT or Ennakel is a Tunisian football club based in the city of Tunis. The club was founded in 1945, the team plays in blue and black colors. Their ground is currently the , which has a capacity of 3,000. We can not discuss this club without recalling its group of the first half of the '70s that coach Hmid Dhib had patiently built around – nicknamed the "Arabic Pele" by the Libyans, on the occasion of the Arab nation's Cup (called Palestine Cup) disputed in Tripoli in August 1973, where Habita scored six goals and was named the "Tunisian Pelé" by President Habib Bourguiba while receiving the victorious Tunisian team. Also Ali Kaabi, and or the team shaped by Bernard Blaut, who won the Cup in Tunisia in 1988 and lost the championship in special conditions.In all COT spends 27 seasons in the first division (professional level). But, like all districts clubs, the club installed in Mellassine, a popular district of Tunis, was unable to resist the deman and has plummeted in three years to end up in the in 2007–2008 before rising again to CLP-3, and reaching the quarter-finals of the President Cup this year. It's hard for COT to keep their fans because the crisis and especially because the Club is located in the Capital Tunis, where the most popular Tunisian team Club Africain and the most successful Tunisian team Espérance Tunis are also located. (en)
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  • The Club Olympique des Transports (Arabic: النادي الأولمبي للنقل‎), often referred to as COT or Ennakel is a Tunisian football club based in the city of Tunis. The club was founded in 1945, the team plays in blue and black colors. Their ground is currently the , which has a capacity of 3,000. But, like all districts clubs, the club installed in Mellassine, a popular district of Tunis, was unable to resist the deman and has plummeted in three years to end up in the in 2007–2008 before rising again to CLP-3, and reaching the quarter-finals of the President Cup this year. (en)
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