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Hyères FC

Hyères FC
Logo
Full name Hyères Football Club
Founded 1912;  (1912)
Ground Stade Perruc
Hyères
France
Ground Capacity ?
Manager Robert Buigues
League Championnat de France Amateurs Groupe C
2009–2010 Championnat National, 18th (relegated)
Home colours
Away colours

Hyères Football Club is a French association football team playing in the city of Hyères, Var. The club was founded in 1912 and played the first ever season of professional football in France in 1932–1933 but was relegated. Today the club plays at an amateur level, and was promoted in CFA, finishing first in CFA 2 group D.

Current squad

As of November 2009.

Note: Flags indicate national team as has been defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.

No. Position Player
France GK Laurent Féraud
France GK Julien Vanni
France GK Nicolas Wegmann
France DF Sébastien Blanc
France DF Nicolas Decugis
France DF Tertulien Denga
France DF Mathias Di Mondo
France DF Nicolas Istace
France DF Dominique Ndiaye
France DF Mickaël Pontal
France MF Ameth Biaye
France MF Nabil Bounab
France MF Clément Dragon
No. Position Player
France MF Laurent Loppy
France MF Christophe Maraninchi
France MF Thomas Mercheyer
France MF Stephen Migliore
France MF Kévin Nakache
France MF Pierre Nironi
Algeria MF Nadir Oudjedi
France FW Sofien Abderrahmane
France FW Anthony Arlaud
France FW Kamel Chaaouane
France FW Tony Patrao
France FW Dalil Smaini
France FW Romain Pastorelli

Honours

Managerial history

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  • France Gaby Robert 1941–1953

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  • France Gaby Robert 1961–1966
  • France Henri Pellegrino 1966–1968

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  • France Dubernet 1983–1984

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  • France Guy Roussel 1987–1988

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  • France Patrick Bruzzichessi 1993–2002
  • France Patrick Decugis 2002–2003
  • France Patrick Bruzzichessi 2003–2010
  • France Robert Buigues 2010–

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References

External links

  • Official site
  • Blog about the team
  • History

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