1935–36 Hércules CF season

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Hércules
1935–36 season
President Spain Renato Bardín Más
Manager Spain Manuel Suárez
Stadium Bardín
Primera División 6th
Copa del Rey Semifinals
Top goalscorer League:
Spain Blázquez (13)
All:
Spain Blázquez (17)
Home colours

The 1935-36 season was the 13th season in the existence of Hércules CF, the Spanish football team based in Alicante, in the autonomous community of Valencia. It was its first year in the Primera División.

First-team squad[edit]

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
Spain GK José Pérez
Spain GK Juan Betancor
Spain GK Agramunt
Spain DF Manolo Maciá
Spain DF Ignacio Goyeneche
Spain DF Ramón Orriols
Spain DF Francisco Medina
Spain MF Pascual Salas
Spain MF Manuel Rosalench
Spain MF Enrique Salvador
Spain MF José Tormo
No. Position Player
Spain MF Sinforiano Mújica [1]
Spain FW Antonio Aparicio
Spain FW Tatono
Spain FW Emilio Blázquez
Spain FW Ramón Mendizábal
Costa Rica FW Alejandro Morera
Spain FW Ramón Irles
Spain FW Salvador Cervera
Spain FW Pérez II
Spain FW Pedro Gomila

Transfers[edit]

In[edit]

Pos Player From
DF Spain Goyeneche[2] Spain Donostia FC
MF Spain Tormo[2] Spain Elche
MF Spain Rosalench[2] Spain Júpiter
MF Spain Salas[2] Spain Barcelona
FW Spain Aparicio[3] Spain Levante
FW Costa Rica Morera[2] Spain Barcelona

Out[edit]

Pos Player To
DF Spain Surroca Spain ?
MF Spain Moro Spain ?
MF Spain Cuenca Spain ?
FW Spain Roldán Spain ?
FW Spain Sosa Spain ?
FW Spain Déniz Spain Victoria
FW Spain Pocoví[4] Spain Mallorca

Statistics[edit]

Appearances and goals[edit]

# P N Name GS Liga G Cup G
GK Spain José Pérez 17 17 0 7 0
GK Spain Juan Betancor 4 4 0 0 0
GK Spain Agramunt 1 1 0 0 0
DF Spain Manolo Maciá 22 22 0 7 0
DF Spain Ignacio Goyeneche 14 14 0 4 0
DF Spain Ramón Orriols 8 8 0 2 0
DF Spain Francisco Medina 3 3 0 7 0
MF Spain Pascual Salas 20 20 0 7 1
MF Spain Manuel Rosalench 19 19 0 5 0
MF Spain Enrique Salvador 19 19 0 1 0
MF Spain José Tormo 7 7 0 5 1
MF Spain Sinforiano Mújica 4 4 0 0 0
FW Spain Antonio Aparicio 19 19 5 5 0
FW Spain Tatono 17 17 5 7 2
FW Spain Emilio Blázquez 21 21 13 6 4
FW Spain Ramón Mendizábal 20 20 6 2 1
FW Costa Rica Alejandro Morera 18 18 7 4 1
FW Spain Ramón Irles 4 4 0 5 0
FW Spain Salvador Cervera 2 2 0 3 3
FW Spain Pérez II 2 2 1 0 0
FW Spain Pedro Gomila 1 1 0 0 0

Source: bdfutbol.com (for appearances) and games chronicles of the archive of El Mundo Deportivo (for La Liga goals and for Copa appearances and goals)

Key
# = Squad number
P = Playing position
N = Nation
GS = Game started in Liga
Liga = Number of games played in Liga
G = Number of goals scored in Liga
Cup = Number of games played in Copa del Rey
G = Number of goals scored in Copa del Rey

Starting XI[edit]

(These are the most used starting players in the most used formation throughout the complete season).

Last updated: 29 August 2010
Source: Squad stats and Start formations.
Only competitive matches.
Using the most used start formation.
Ordered by position on pitch (from back right to front left).

Match results[edit]

Match won Match drawn Match lost

Primera División[edit]

Kick Off Opponents H / A Result Scorers (Hércules players)
1935-11-10 Real Madrid H 0–1[5]
1935-11-17 Osasuna A 3–0[6]
1935-11-24 Athletic H 1–0[7] Tatono 52'
1935-12-1 Betis A 1–1[8] Mendizábal ??'
1935-12-8 Oviedo A 5–2[9] Aparicio ??', Blázquez 43'
1935-12-15 Español H 2–1[10] Morera 25', Blázquez 40'
1935-12-22 Atlético Madrid A 1–2[11] Tatono 11', Morera 22'
1935-12-29 Valencia H 2–0[12] Blázquez 20', Aparicio 26'
1936-1-5 Sevilla A 1–2[13] Blázquez 16', Mendizábal 42'
1936-1-12 Racing Santander H 4–1[14] Mendizábal 14', Blázquez 30', Blázquez 64', Morera 40'
1936-1-26 Barcelona A 1–0[15]
1936-2-2 Real Madrid A 5–1[16] Morera ??'
1936-2-9 Osasuna H 1–0[17] Tatono 40'
1936-3-19 Athletic A 5–3[18] Pérez II ??', Mendizábal ??', Blázquez ??'
1936-3-1 Betis H 3–0[19] Blázquez 44', Morera 75', Aparicio 83'
1936-3-8 Oviedo H 1–0[20] Aparicio ??'
1936-3-15 Español A 3–2[21] Blázquez ??', Blázquez 67'
1936-3-22 Atlético Madrid H 2–1[22] Mendizábal ??', Aparicio 37'
1936-3-29 Valencia A 5–2[23] Tatono ??', Tatono ??'
1936-4-5 Sevilla H 2–1[24] Morera 10', Morera ??'
1936-4-12 Racing Santander A 4–2[25] Mendizábal 52', Blázquez 57'
1936-4-19 Barcelona H 2–2[26] Blázquez 23', Blázquez 38'

Copa del Rey[edit]

Round Kick Off Opponents H / A Result Scorers (Hércules players)
R2 First Leg 1936-5-10 Sevilla A 3–1[27] Mendizábal 62'
R2 Second Leg 1936-5-17 Sevilla H 4–2[28] Tatono ??, Blázquez ??', Blázquez ??', Morera ??'
Tiebreaker 1936-5-19 Sevilla Neutral 2–0[29] Blázquez 13', Salas 80'
QF First Leg 1936-5-24 Zaragoza A 1–1[30] Cervera 75'
QF Second Leg 1936-5-31 Zaragoza H 3–0[31] Blázquez 6', Tatono 70', Tormo 73'[32]
SF First Leg 1936-6-7 Madrid A 7–0[33]
SF Second Leg 1936-6-14 Madrid H 2–1[34] Cervera 20', Cervera 80'[35]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Although some sources Múgica is listed as his real name was Mújica. See: Después de veintiún años de ausencia, Mújica visitó Las Palmas (Diario Información, 1962-11-7).
  2. ^ a b c d e Ramos, Vicente: El Hércules C.F. y el fútbol en Alicante, page 103. Ediciones Biblioteca Alicantina, 1975.
  3. ^ Espinosa, Juan Antonio: Historial del Hércules Fútbol Club, page 102. Ediciones Alonso (en Publicaciones Deportivas), 1941.
  4. ^ Cincuenta años del primer ascenso del Hércules a la División de Honor. Diario Información (April 30, 1985)
  5. ^ Hércules-Madrid, elmundodeportivo.es (Spanish), November 11, 1935
  6. ^ Osasuna-Hércules, elmundodeportivo.es (Spanish), November 18, 1935
  7. ^ Hércules-Athletic, elmundodeportivo.es (Spanish), November 25, 1935
  8. ^ Betis-Hércules, elmundodeportivo.es (Spanish), December 2, 1935
  9. ^ Oviedo-Hércules, elmundodeportivo.es (Spanish), December 9, 1935
  10. ^ Hércules-Español, elmundodeportivo.es (Spanish), December 16, 1935
  11. ^ Atlético Madrid-Hércules, elmundodeportivo.es (Spanish), December 23, 1935
  12. ^ Hércules-Valencia, elmundodeportivo.es (Spanish), December 30, 1935
  13. ^ Sevilla-Hércules, elmundodeportivo.es (Spanish), January 6, 1936
  14. ^ Hércules-Racing Santander, elmundodeportivo.es (Spanish), January 13, 1936
  15. ^ Barcelona-Hércules, elmundodeportivo.es (Spanish), January 27, 1936
  16. ^ Madrid-Hércules, elmundodeportivo.es (Spanish), February 3, 1936
  17. ^ Hércules-Osasuna, elmundodeportivo.es (Spanish), February 10, 1936
  18. ^ Athletic Bilbao-Hércules, elmundodeportivo.es (Spanish), March 20, 1936
  19. ^ Hércules-Betis, elmundodeportivo.es (Spanish), March 2, 1936
  20. ^ Hércules-Oviedo, elmundodeportivo.es (Spanish), March 9, 1936
  21. ^ Español-Hércules, elmundodeportivo.es (Spanish), March 16, 1936
  22. ^ Hércules-Atlético Madrid, elmundodeportivo.es (Spanish), March 23, 1936
  23. ^ Valencia-Hércules, elmundodeportivo.es (Spanish), March 30, 1936
  24. ^ Hércules-Sevilla, elmundodeportivo.es (Spanish), April 6, 1936
  25. ^ Racing-Hércules, elmundodeportivo.es (Spanish), April 13, 1936
  26. ^ Hércules-Barcelona, elmundodeportivo.es (Spanish), April 20, 1936
  27. ^ Sevilla-Hércules, elmundodeportivo.es (Spanish), May 11, 1936
  28. ^ Hércules-Sevilla, elmundodeportivo.es (Spanish), May 18, 1936
  29. ^ Hércules-Sevilla (tiebreaker), elmundodeportivo.es (Spanish), May 20, 1936
  30. ^ Zaragoza-Hércules, elmundodeportivo.es (Spanish), May 25, 1936
  31. ^ Hércules-Zaragoza, elmundodeportivo.es (Spanish), June 1, 1936
  32. ^ Hércules-Zaragoza, lavanguardia.es (Spanish), June 2, 1936
  33. ^ Madrid-Hércules, elmundodeportivo.es (Spanish), June 8, 1936
  34. ^ Hércules-Madrid, elmundodeportivo.es (Spanish), June 15, 1936
  35. ^ Goalscorers Hércules-Madrid (Spanish)

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