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Name  Albert Eloy

Role  Footballer
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Albert Eloy (30 June 1927 in Bully-les-Mines – 8 December 2008 in Troyes) is a former French footballer. He played as defender for Sedan. With the Ardennes club, he was the winner of the Coupe de France in 1956. He repeated the achievement three years later, with Le Havre AC, the club where he finished his career. He was manager of SM Caen from 1961 to 1962.

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Playing career

  • 1949–1958 : UA Sedan Torcy
  • 1958–1961 : Le Havre AC
  • Management career

  • 1961–1962 : SM Caen
  • Honours

  • Coupe de France winner in 1956 (with UA Sedan-Torcy) and 1959 (with Le Havre AC)
  • Champion of France D2 in 1959 with Le Havre AC
  • References

    Albert Eloy Wikipedia


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