Born Buenos-Aires, Argentina, 17th April 1913
Clubs : Roches Noires (Morocco), RC Casablanca (Morocco), CASG, Stade Français, Charleville, Excelsior Roubaix, Red Star (1941-1942), Stade Français, Puteaux.
After experiencing defeat in the 1936 Cup Final with Charleville, Helenio Herrera became a 1942 cup winner with Red Star.
A defender who often changed clubs, he became noted as a top-flight coach, in particular with Inter Milan, winning the European Cup on two occasions. He gave rise to the defensive style, "catenaccio". In a way the scourge of attacking football, but nevertheless brought Italian football to prominence for many years.
His career path led him to Barcelona before returning to Italy and the lower echelons (Venice, Rimini).
Born Paris, 14th August 1896
International (24 caps)
Clubs : US Auteuil, Red Star (1913-1921), Rennes, Red Star (1922-1930), Lyon.
Baby of the team before the Great War. Alongside Gamblin, Nicolas, Brouzes, Bonnardel, Chayriguès, has was one of the starts of the French game in the 20's. He was an international for more than eight years and participated in the Antwerp Olympics in 1920. Lion-hearted, will of iron and never out of breath. He took part in the Cup finals of 1921, 1922 and 1923 but was not a three-times winner because in 1922 Hugues wore the colours of Rennes, beaten finalists. International :