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Hervé Revelli

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Hervé Revelli
Full nameHervé Revelli
Date of birth (1946-05-05) 5 May 1946 (age 69)
Place of birthVerdun, Meuse, France
Playing positionStriker
Youth career
Gardanne
Senior career*
YearsTeamApps(Gls)
1965–1971AS Saint-Étienne189(126)
1971–1973OGC Nice71(41)
1973–1978AS Saint-Étienne129(49)
1978–1980Le Chesnois22(10)
1980–1981LB Châteauroux34(4)
Total445(230)
National team
1966–1975France30(15)
Teams managed
1980–1983LB Châteauroux
1983–1985AS Saint-Priest
1985–1989CA Bizerte
1989–1991MC Alger
1991–1994MC Oran
2004Benin
2005ES Sétif
2007–2008Toulouse Fontaines

Hervé Revelli (born 5 May 1946, in Verdun, Meuse) is a French former footballer. He is well known for having won the French Championship as many times as any player (seven, equal with Jean-Michel Larqué).[citation needed] He is the brother of another footballer, Patrick Revelli.

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