Paul Seitz (footballer)
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Paul Seitz (15 July 1897 – 22 February 1979) was a French footballer.
He spent his entire career as a footballer at Olympique de Marseille (from 1919 to 1926) and took the club to two Coupes de Frances (in 1924 as a defender and in 1926 as a goalkeeper). In 1921, he refused to play for the France national football team. He was also coach of the phocéen club in 1942.
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