Marcel Langiller

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FrenchBorn Marcel Langiller

French footballer

Born on June 2, 1908 in Paris , France

Died on December 25, 1980 in Paris , France

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Marcel Langiller (2 June 1908 – 25 December 1980)
was a French footballer and is an Olympian. He played in a striker role, and was nicknamed "La Caille". He was part of France’s squad for the 1930 FIFA World Cup

...   Marcel Langiller (2 June 1908 – 25 December 1980)
was a French footballer and is an Olympian. He played in a striker role, and was nicknamed "La Caille". He was part of France’s squad for the 1930 FIFA World Cup


Club career
Langiller was born in Charenton-le-Pont, Val-de-Marne.
His youth club was CA Paris from 1923 to 1928.
He started his senior career at Excelsior Athlétic Club de Roubaix in 1928.
From 1933 to 1934 he played for Red Star.
In 1935, he went to AS Saint-Étienne.
In 1937, he went back to his youth club, CA Paris, ending his career in 1939.


International career
His first cap with France was against Spain on 22/05/1927. He scored his first goal against England on 17/05/1928.
He was in the 1928 Olympics French Football team and played France only match in the tournament, a 3-4 defeat against Italy on 29/05/1928
He was part of France’s squad at the 1930 FIFA World Cup, playing France’s all 3 matches in the group stage, and scoring 1 goal against Mexico. This was the third goal of the history of the FIFA World Cup, 20 minutes after his teammate Lucien Laurent scored the first one, and the second one from American player Bart McGhee, came in minute 23, the same-time match between United States and Belgium, at Group 4.
His last cap was against Italy on 05/12/1937.
He had 30 caps with France, scoring 7 goals.


International goals
Scores and results list France's goal tally first, score column indicates score after each Langiller goal.


Honours
Coupe de France in 1933 with Excelsior Roubaix


References


External links
Profile on French federation official site



Biography from Wikipedia (see original) under licence CC BY-SA 3.0

 

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