Teodoro Mauri

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Full name Teodoro Mauri Moreno
Date of birth (1903-06-14)14 June 1903
Place of birth Barcelona, Spain
Date of death 4 July 1960(1960-07-04) (aged 57)
Place of death Barcelona
Playing position Striker
Senior career*
Years Team Apps (Gls)
Catalunya Les Corts
Europa
1922–1923 Júpiter
1923–1927 Espanyol
1927–1928 Juventud Asturiana
1929 Castellón
1929–1930 Europa
1932–1933 Vilafranca
National team
1923–1926 Catalonia
Teams managed
1929 Castellón
1940–1941 Castellón
1941–1942 Hércules
1942–1943 Cádiz
1943–1944 Figueres
1946 Castellón
1948–1949 Mallorca
* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only. † Appearances (Goals).
This name uses Spanish naming customs: the first or paternal family name is Mauri and the second or maternal family name is Moreno.

Teodoro Mauri Moreno (14 June 1903 – 4 July 1960) is a former Spanish football forward and manager.

Playing career[edit]

As a youth played for the Catalunya Les Corts, Europa and Júpiter until he made the leap to Espanyol. With Perico's he became a legend of the 1920s, along with Ricardo Zamora, José Padrón, Pedro Solé or Crisant Bosch.

In June 1927 he moved to Havana where he signed a one year contract with the Club Juventud Asturiana. The Cuban team was trained by the Spanish Paco Bru, who was drafted by the Cuban regime to promote football and ensure the registration of Cuba in FIFA. Juventud also played the Spanish player Pedro Colls. And even in the expedition traveled the Spanish referee José Llovera to referee matches in the country of Cuba.[1]

In the 1929 season played in Castellón in the third level in a new league format nationally, and even took over the team as coach.[2]

Coaching career[edit]

As a coach got coaches in La Liga with Hércules, fell to second division at this season. Castellón was the club where good records left as coach. Directed him in three different stages. In the 1940-41 season he was champion of the Second division and managed the first ascent of club to La Liga.

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