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Edmond Delfour
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Full name Maurice Edmond Delfour
Date of birth 1 November 1907
Place of birth    Ris-Orangis, France
Date of death    December 19, 1990 (aged 83)
Place of death    Corsica, France
Playing position Midfielder
Youth career
ES Viry-Châtillon
Draveil
ES Juvisy-sur-Orge
Senior career1
Years Club App (Gls)*
1928-1929
1929-1937
1937-1939
1939-1945
1945-1946
Stade Français
RC Paris
RC Roubaix
FC Rouen
Red Star Olympique
   
National team
1929-1938 France France 41 (2)
Teams managed
1940-1945
1945-1946
1946-1951
1952-12/1953
1954-1955
1956-1958
1958-1962

1964-1965
1965-1969
1969-11/1970
FC Rouen
Red Star Olympique
K.A.A. Gent
Stade Français
Le Havre AC
K.A.A. Gent
Cercle Brugge K.S.V.
Union Saint-Gilloise
US Corte
Club Sportif de Hammam-Lif
SC Bastia[1]

1 Senior club appearances and goals
counted for the domestic league only.
* Appearances (Goals)

Maurice Edmond Delfour (November 1, 1907 – 19 December 1990) was a french football (soccer) player in midfielder role and manager. He was born in Ris-Orangis

He played for Viry-Châtillon, Draveil, Juvisy, Stade Français (1928-29), RC Paris (1929-37), RC Roubaix (1937-39), FC Rouen (1939-45) and Red Star Olympique (1945-46). He won two french national tournaments in 1936 and 1940 and one Coupe de France in 1936.

For France national football team he got 41 caps and participated at three edition of FIFA World Cup in 1930, 1934 and 1938, being one of five players to have appeared in all three of the pre-war World Cups.[2]

When he retired from playing football, he started his manager career in Belgium, with KAA La Gantoise, Union Saint-Gilloise, Cercle Brugge and FC Liège. After being a manager in Belgium for many years, he returned to France, and coached teams as Stade Français, Le Havre AC, SC Bastia and US Corte. He also had a spell with Club Sportif de Hammam-Lif.[3] He died in 1990, at the age of 82.

References and notes

  1. ^ France - Trainers of First and Second Division Clubs
  2. ^ The other players were Étienne Mattler, Nicolae Kovacs, Bernard Voorhoof and Patesko, according to official FIFA match reports. Patesko, however, is not listed in many sources as part of the 1930 Brazilian squad, shortening the list to four players.
  3. ^ http://www.hamhama.com/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=4&Itemid=9

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