Jules Limbeck

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Jules Limbeck
Personal information
Full name Jules Limbeck
Date of birth beginning of 20th century
Place of birth Romania
Date of death 1955
Place of death Unknown
Playing position forward
Senior career*
Years Team Apps (Gls)
1925–19?? Újpest FC
19??–19?? Ferencvárosi TC
19??–19?? ? (Belgium)
19??–19?? FK Austria Wien
1934–1935 Amiens SC 5 (0)
Teams managed
1930–1931 Galatasaray S.K.
1931–? Olympique Lyonnais
? Racing
1934–1935 Amiens SC
1936 team of Zaporizhia
1936 Stal Dnipropetrovsk
1936–1937 Dinamo Tbilisi
1937 Lokomotiv Moscow
* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only.
† Appearances (Goals).

Jules Limbeck (Hungarian: Gyula Limbeck; born in Romania, died in 1955) was a Franco-Hungarian professional football forward and manager.

Career[edit]

He played in various European championships in frontline positions in mid-1920, appeared in the Hungarian Újpest FC, Ferencvárosi TC, in Belgium,[1] and FK Austria Wien.

In 1930 he coached the Turkish Galatasaray S.K. and brought them to the championship.[2] In France, he worked with the Olympique Lyonnais, Racing, Amiens SC (1934-1935).

In 1936 he arrived in the Soviet Union, and spent some time working with the city teams Zaporizhia and Dnipropetrovsk including Stal Dnipropetrovsk,[3] then the order of the All-Union Committee for Physical Culture and Sports of the USSR it was sent to Tbilisi. Limbeck stayed there until March 1937[4] and worked as chief coach of Dinamo Tbilisi, which reached the finals of the USSR, then he organized a children's football school.

In 1937 he was head coach of Lokomotiv Moscow.

Honours[edit]

Manager[edit]

Galatasaray S.K.

FC Dinamo Tbilisi

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