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 Héctor DE BOURGOING 1959-1963 
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Name: Héctor Adolfo De Bourgoing


Country: :ARG: / :FRA: Argentina/France
Club: OGC Nice
Position: *WF, CF, SS
Side: RF/RS
Age: 25-29 years (23/07/1934)

Height: 172 cm
Weight: 72 kg

Attack: 86
Defence: 36
Balance: 77
Stamina: 80
Top Speed: 82
Acceleration: 84
Response: 80
Agility: 83
Dribble Accuracy: 86
Dribble Speed: 82
Short Pass Accuracy: 77
Short Pass Speed: 73
Long Pass Accuracy: 81
Long Pass Speed: 75
Shot Accuracy: 84
Shot Power: 85
Shot Technique: 82
Free Kick Accuracy: 75
Curling: 73
Header: 84
Jump: 81
Technique: 85
Aggression: 87
Mentality: 75
Goalkeeper Skills: 50
Team Work: 77

Injury Tolerance: B
Condition/Fitness: 6
Weak Foot Accuracy: 5
Weak Foot Frequency: 5
Growth type: Standard

S01: Reaction
S03: 1-on-1 Finish

SPECIAL ABILITIES: Scoring - Positioning - 1on1 Scoring

Attack/Defence Awareness Card: Attack Minded


De Bourgoing was a distinct kind of winger. He had some characteristics of a classic WF: was a remarkable technician, in the typical argentine flair, and had notable dribbling skills, although not a very fast player. But he was a goalscorer winger, uncommon characteristic in the WFs. He was a deadly finisher, always with an eye for the goal, with cold blood in the front of the goalkeepers. These skills enable him to played like an SS too, especially when he played in France, because in Argentina, at River Plate, he was only a WF. De Bourgoing came from a family of diplomats; His father had emigrated in the early 1930s to Argentina, where he acquired extensive land on which his son was growing up. The family members had the Argentine and French nationality. After the first steps in a local sporting club of enthusiastic and talented players was shortly before his 19th birthday professional footballer with Tigre. In 1956 brought the CA River Plate winger to Buenos Aires, and a year later Héctor De Bourgoing had with 15 goals, scored eleven of them per head, contributed to River Plate title win the Liga Argentina de Fútbol. During this time he also became the Argentine national team. In 1958, he nevertheless returned to Tigre. The French journalist and former national player Gabriel Hanot had De Bourgoing with the Albiceleste saw, was from the play enthusiastic and recommended him to the President of OGC Nice. This allowed the Franco - Argentine observe a long time, and as of August 1959, the Côte d' Azur was for four seasons, the new home of the striker. In his first season he performed with Nice on the European Champions Cup and was, though scoreless, involved in one of the "historical hour" by the French association football, in which the OGC in the quarter- final first leg against the four-time Cup winners Real Madrid at the Stade du Ray lagged 26 minutes with 0:2 and was able to turn the game in the second half yet. All three a 3-2 final score achieved Nice Luxembourg storm tank Victor Nurenberg, the winning goal after a pass De Bourgoings. In Division 1 Héctor De Bourgoing put his own marksmanship to the test and was in his second year ( 1960/61, ) with 20 hits fifth best league scorer; 1962/63 there were again 20 goals, which ranged this time to rank 7. Although De Bourgoing could not win a title with Nice, led his style of play to that of sélectionneur Georges Verriest first invited him to the end of 1960 to a NT, together with his club mates André Chorda and Georges Lamia. However, he was not initially considered in this circuit, and otherwise ran the 1960/61 season for the occasionally irascible winger not only pleasing: After a nasty attack against his Sedaner opponent in a cup match, he was blocked by the Football Association for nearly nine months in this competition. In 1963, Héctor De Bourgoing to league rivals Girondins Bordeaux, where he remained with his teammates OGC André Chorda to 1969. 1963/64, (8 out with 15 goals ) and 1965 66 (5 with 21 hits) represented / reproduced in the leading group of scorers, he was with the Girondins three times runner-up (1965, 1966, 1969) and was twice in a cup final (1964 and 1968), but he did not win a title there. In the 1968/69 season he was rarely taken into account; therefore was the attacker who today is number 30 of the list of the most accurate scorers in France with a total of 133 goals, then for one last year for Racing Paris - Neuilly. Like his other life was from 1970, is not yet to be determined. In the Argentine A- national team coach sat De Bourgoing from 1956 in five games on, where he rushed among other things on the side of Omar Sívori and Antonio Angelillo on outside right. His last international game for the Albiceleste, he played in March 1957 against Ecuador. France also wanted those responsible for the national incorporate it into the A-team. 1960 this was still failed because Héctor De Bourgoing at that time spoke only Spanish, and there were those who doubted his French origin, because of its long lock after cup match in 1961, but mainly because the association was not sure if he could take into account a player who had already come for another a- national team to use and also less than three years in the country was established. The result of protracted negotiations between the French and the World Association opened the player - because of its recognized by both governments involved dual citizenship and because since his last appearance with Argentina had passed more than three years - in April 1962 finally made its first use in the Équipe Tricolore. But although the novice France scored a 1-0 lead, the Bleus defeated in the domestic Parc des Princes Poland 1:3. His second play, four weeks later, also ended in defeat (1-2 against Italy in Turin). After Georges Verriest or its successor Henri Guérin did not account for more than four years him. Before the 1966 World Cup , the successful attacker was then but not to ignore any longer and was part of the French World Cup squad. However, he was only in the second round match (15 July 1966) used against Uruguay, France brought in again and had a 1-0 lead after 90 minutes, the place still a loser (1:2) left. In the third group game (0-2 against hosts England) just spectator, ended Héctor de Bourgoing not only the tournament - as for the entire Équipe Tricolore - prematurely, but thereafter it was also never called to the national team. He died in 1993.

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