|Full name Hakim Medane|
Name Hakim Medane
Role Football player
|1979–1981 IR Hussein Dey|
Height 1.68 m
1981–1982 USM El Harrach
|Date of birth (1966-09-05) September 5, 1966 (age 49)|
Place of birth El Harrach, Algiers, Algeria
Hakim Medane (Arabic: حكيم مدان, born September 5, 1966) is a former Algerian international football player. He is currently the general manager of JSM Béjaïa.
Born in El Harrach, Algiers, Medane began his career in the youth ranks of IR Hussein Dey. After two seasons, he joined USM El Harrach where he was promoted to the senior side after one season. In 1987, he helped the club win the Algerian Cup, scoring the only goal in the final against JS Bordj Ménaïel. In 1988, Medane joined JS Kabylie, where he won the league title in his first season. The following season, JS Kabylie repeated the feat and also went on to win the African Cup of Champions Clubs, beating Zambian side Nkana Red Devils in the final.
In 1991, Medane joined Portuguese Primeira Liga side F.C. Famalicão. He spent three seasons with the club and left after they were relegated at the end of the 1993-1994. In 1994, he moved to S.C. Salgueiros with whom he spent just one season before returning to Famalicão. After another season with Famalicão, he returned to Algeria for his second stint with JS Kabylie. In 2000, he captained JS Kabylie to the 2000 CAF Cup title, beating Egyptian side Ismaily in the final. He announced his retirement after the final.
On December 28, 1984, Medane, aged 18 at the time, made his debut for the Algeria national team in a friendly against Ghana.
He represented Algeria at three Africa Cup of Nations tournaments: 1986, 1988 and 1992.