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Jean Luciano


Jean Luciano

Jean Luciano
Personal information
Date of birth (1921-01-02) 2 January 1921 (age 93)
Place of birthNice, France
Playing positionMidfielder, manager
Senior career*
1936–1945OGC Nice
1945–1947Stade Français
1947–1948CO Roubaix-Tourcoing
1948–1950OGC Nice
1950–1951Real Madrid
1951–1953UD Las Palmas
1953–1955AS Aix
National team
1949–1950France France4(1)
Teams managed
1957–1962OGC Nice
1962–1964FC Lausanne-Sport
1964Sporting C.P.
1964–1967Vitória SC
1967–1970SC Toulon
1970–1972AS Monaco FC
1972–1973SC Toulon
1976–1978GFCO Ajaccio[1]
* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only.
† Appearances (Goals).

Jean Luciano (born 2 January 1921) is a French former football midfielder.

He coached OGC Nice, Sporting C.P.,[2] Vitória SC,[3] SC Toulon, AS Monaco FC and GFCO Ajaccio.[1]


  • Profile on French federation official site

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