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Maurice Bunyan
Personal information
Full name Maurice Taylor Bunyan
Date of birth 14 October 1894(1894-10-14)
Place of birth England
Playing position Striker
Senior career*
Years Team Apps (Gls)
1909–1923 Racing Club de Bruxelles 158 (150)
1923–1926 Stade Français ? (?)
Teams managed
1945–1947 Bordeaux
* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only.
† Appearances (Goals).

Maurice Taylor Bunyan (born 14 October 1894) was an English professional football player and manager active throughout Europe.

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Personal life

Bunyan's father was Charles Bunyan, Sr. and his brother was Charles Bunyan, Jr.

Career

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Playing career

Bunyan played as a striker in Belgium for Racing Club de Bruxelles and in France for Stade Français.[1] He was the topscorer of the Belgian First Division in 1912 and 1914.[2]

Coaching career

Bunyan managed French side Bordeaux between 1945 and 1947.[3] Following his coaching experience, Bunyan wrote a book in French named Le football simplifié, with the help of Jules Rimet.[4]

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