Aubin Hueber

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Aubin Hueber (born Tarbes, 5 April 1967) is a former French rugby union footballer and a current coach. He played as a scrum-half. His family from paternal side was of Alsatian German ancestry.

He first played at Stadoceste Tarbais, moving to Stade Bagnérais, in 1984, where he premiered in the first team and played until 1988. He then played for FC Lourdes (1988/89-1990/91), RC Toulon (1991/92-1999/00), SU Agen Lot-et-Garonne (2000/01), Tarbes Pyrénées Rugby (2001/02-2002/03) and RC Toulon (2003/04 to 2005/06), as player-coach. He won the Top 14, in 1992, with RC Toulon.

Hueber had 21 caps for France, from 1990 to 2000, scoring 3 tries and 2 drop goals, 21 points in aggregate. He played four times at the Five Nations/Six Nations, in 1992, 1993, 1995 and 2000, being a member of the winning squad in 1992. He also played at the 1995 Rugby World Cup finals, in three matches, scoring a try.

On 25 August 2007, Hueber played for Belgium Barbarians, in their 8-36 loss to Argentina.

He first coached, as player-coach, Toulon, with Thierry Louvet, from 2003/04 to 2005/06, winning the French Pro D2, in 2005. Then, he was in charge of France Amateurs. He has since returned to Toulon, where he serves as forwards coach under Philippe Saint-André.

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