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Lucien Troupel

Lucien Troupel
Personal information
Date of birth(1919-01-11)11 January 1919
Place of birthParis, France
Date of death19 May 1993(1993-05-19) (aged 74)
Place of deathLa Varenne-Saint-Hilaire, France
Playing positionStriker
Youth career
JS Puteaux
CO Billancourt
RC Paris
Toulon
Brive
Senior career*
YearsTeamApps(Gls)
1940-1942Marseille
1942-1943Brive
1943-1944EF Marseille-Provence
1944-1948Besançon
Teams managed
1948-1952Toulon
1952-1955Cannes
1955-1959Lyon
1959-1962Marseille
1965-1966Sedan
1967-1970Bataillon Joinville
1972-1973France (military team)
1973-1980Châteauroux
* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only.
† Appearances (Goals).

Lucien Troupel (11 January 1919-19 May 1993) was a French football striker. He played for Marseille, Brive, EF Marseille-Provence and Besançon.

Troupel coached Toulon, Cannes, Lyon, Marseille, Sedan, Bataillon Joinville, France (military team) and Châteauroux.[1]

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  • Player profile
  • Manager profile
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