Jean Dockx

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BelgianBorn Jean Dockx

Belgian international footballer

Born on May 24, 1941 in Sint-Katelijne-Waver, Antwerpen , Belgium

Died on January 15, 2002 in Bonheiden, Antwerpen , Belgium

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Jean Baptiste Dockx (24 May 1941 – 15 January 2002) was a Belgian international footballer. He played for Mechelen, Racing White and Anderlecht, and also for the Belgium national team in the 1970 FIFA World Cup and the 1972 UEFA European Football Championship. He was later a manager, and was caretaker manager of Anderlecht in 1999.
On 15 January 2002, Dockx died unexpectedly at the age of 60 from a traumatic aortic rupture. Anderlecht paid a lot of attention to his death and praised him as one of the most valuable players the club had ever had.
In 2005 he was nominated for the title De Grootste Belg (The Greatest Belgian), but did not make it to the final nomination list. He ended up in place 401 of those who fell outside the final nomination list.
...   Jean Baptiste Dockx (24 May 1941 – 15 January 2002) was a Belgian international footballer. He played for Mechelen, Racing White and Anderlecht, and also for the Belgium national team in the 1970 FIFA World Cup and the 1972 UEFA European Football Championship. He was later a manager, and was caretaker manager of Anderlecht in 1999.
On 15 January 2002, Dockx died unexpectedly at the age of 60 from a traumatic aortic rupture. Anderlecht paid a lot of attention to his death and praised him as one of the most valuable players the club had ever had.
In 2005 he was nominated for the title De Grootste Belg (The Greatest Belgian), but did not make it to the final nomination list. He ended up in place 401 of those who fell outside the final nomination list.


Honours


Club
Mechelen

Belgian Second Division: 1962–63
Anderlecht

Belgian First Division: 1971–72, 1973–74
Belgian Cup: 1971–72, 1972–73, 1974–75, 1975–76
Belgian League Cup: 1973, 1974
European Cup Winners' Cup: 1975–76, 1976–77 (runners-up), 1977–78
European Super Cup: 1976
Amsterdam Tournament: 1976
Tournoi de Paris: 1977
Jules Pappaert Cup: 1977
Belgian Sports Merit Award: 1978


International
UEFA European Championship: 1972 (third place)


References


External links
Jean Dockx at WorldFootball.net



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