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Marcel Domingo

Marcel Domingo
Personal information
Date of birth (1924-01-15)15 January 1924
Place of birth Salin-de-Giraud, France
Date of death 10 December 2010(2010-12-10) (aged 86)
Place of death Arles, France
Playing position Goalkeeper
Youth career
-1944 AC Arles
Senior career*
Years Team Apps (Gls)
1944–1945 OGC Nice
1945–1948 Stade Français FC 75 (0)
1948–1951 Atletico de Madrid 75 (0)
1951–1952 OGC Nice 33 (0)
1952–1956 Espanyol Barcelona 77 (0)
1956–1958 Olympique de Marseille 46 (0)
National team
1948 France 1 (0)
1955 Catalonia[1] 1 (0)
Teams managed
1958–1959 RCD Espanyol
1959–1960 UD Las Palmas
1962–1963 UE Lleida
1964–1965 Pontevedra CF
1966–1968 Córdoba CF
1968–1969 Granada CF
1969–1972 Atletico de Madrid
1972–1975 CD Málaga
1975–1976 Elche CF
1976–1977 Burgos CF
1977–1979 Valencia CF
1979–1980 Atletico de Madrid
1981–1982 OGC Nice
1982–1983 Real Betis
1983–1984 RCD Mallorca
1984–1986 Nîmes Olympique
AC Arles
1989 Hércules CF
* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only.
† Appearances (Goals).

Marcel Domingo Algara (15 January 1924 – 10 December 2010) was a French association football goalkeeper and manager of Spanish origin. He spent part of his career in Spain. Domingo died at the age of 86.[2]

Domingo coached RCD Espanyol, UD Las Palmas, UE Lleida, Pontevedra CF, Córdoba CF, Granada CF, Atletico de Madrid, CD Málaga, Elche CF, Burgos CF, Valencia CF, Atletico de Madrid, OGC Nice, Real Betis, RCD Mallorca, Nîmes Olympique, AC Arles and Hércules CF.[3]

Titles

As a player

References

  1. ^ Closa, Antoni; Rius, Jaume (1999). Selecció Catalana de Fútbol: nou dècades d'història (in Català).  
  2. ^ "Marcel Domingo passes away , AtléticoFans". Atleticofans.com. 11 December 2010. Retrieved 6 May 2011. 
  3. ^ "Marcel Domingo regresa a España como entrenador del Hércules · ELPAÍS.com". Elpais.com. 5 January 1989. Retrieved 6 May 2011. 
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