1934 FIFA World Cup players

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  1. Billy Gonsalves
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    Billy Gonsalves

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    Adelino William ("Billy") Gonsalves (sometimes spelt in the Portuguese form, Gonçalves) (August 10, 1908 in Portsmouth, Rhode Island – July 17, 1977 in Kearny, New Jersey) was an American soccer player, sometimes described as the "Babe Ruth of American Soccer". He spent over 25 years playing in various American professional leagues and was a member of the U.S. squad at the FIFA World Cup in 1930 and 1934. He is a member of the National Soccer Hall of Fame.


  2. Ed Czerkiewicz
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    Ed Czerkiewicz

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    Adolph "Ed" C. Czerkiewicz (listed in some sources as Czerchiewicz) (born July 8, 1912, date of death unknown) was an American soccer right fullback who spent eight seasons in the American Soccer League and was a member of the United States national team at the 1934 FIFA World Cup.


  3. André Vandeweyer
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    André Vandeweyer

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    André Vandeweyer was a former Belgian footballer and coach born 21 June 1909 in Tirlemont (Belgium), died 22 October 1992.


  4. Giuseppe Meazza
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    Giuseppe Meazza

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    Giuseppe "Peppino" Meazza (23 August 1910 – 21 August 1979), also known as il Balilla, was an Italian footballer playing mainly for Internazionale in the 1930s, scoring 242 goals in 365 games for the club. He led Italy to win two consecutive World Cups: in 1934 on home soil, and in 1938 as captain, winning the Golden Ball Award in 1934. He is widely considered one of the best players of his generation, and among the greatest of all time, as well as being the greatest Italian player of all time to some. Due to his technical skill, prolific goalscoring, and creative ability, he was often given the nickname "il genio" (the genius) by the Italian press during his career. He has been ranked fourth-best player in the history of the World Cup. With 33 goals, Meazza is also the second highest goalscorer for the Italian national team, and with 216 goals in Serie A, he is the fourth all-time highest goal scorer in Serie A, alongside José Altafini. With 338 goals, he is the third-highest goalscoring Italian player in all competitions.


  5. Ricardo Zamora
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    Ricardo Zamora

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    Ricardo Zamora Martínez (21 January 1901 – 8 September 1978) was a Spanish footballer and manager. He played as a goalkeeper for, among others, RCD Espanyol, FC Barcelona and Real Madrid. As an international he played for both the Catalan XI and Spain. As a manager he won two La Liga titles with Atlético Aviación and briefly managed Spain.


  6. Aldo Donelli
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    Aldo Donelli

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    Aldo Teo "Buff" Donelli (July 22, 1907 – August 9, 1994) was an American football player and coach, soccer player, and college athletics administrator. He served as the head football coach at Duquesne University from 1939 to 1942, Boston University from 1947 to 1956, and Columbia University from 1957 to 1967, compiling a career college football coaching record of 105–107–8. Donelli was also a head coach in the National Football League (NFL), with the Pittsburgh Steelers for part of the 1941 season and with the Cleveland Rams in 1944, tallying a career mark of 4–11 in the NFL. From 1951 to 1955 he was the athletic director at Boston University. Donelli played college football at Duquesne and was an assistant football coach at his alma mater from 1930 to 1938, before being promoted to head coach. He played soccer with a number of clubs in the 1920s and 1930s and was a member of the United States men's national soccer team during the 1934 FIFA World Cup. He is a member of the National Soccer Hall of Fame.


  7. Fritz Szepan
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    Fritz Szepan

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    Friedrich "Fritz" Szepan (2 September 1907 in Gelsenkirchen – 14 December 1974 in Gelsenkirchen) was a German footballer in the period leading up to and including World War II. He spent his entire career with Schalke 04 where he won six national championships and one German Cup. He is commonly regarded as one of the greatest Schalke players of all time. To celebrate the 100th birthday of the club, the supporters voted the Schalker Jahrhundertelf, the "Team of the century": he was included in the midfield. From 1929 to 1938 he played for the German national team which he led as captain in 30 matches and during two World Cups.


  8. Matthias Sindelar
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    Matthias Sindelar

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    Matthias Sindelar (10 February 1903 – 23 January 1939) was an Austrian footballer.


  9. Isidro Lángara
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    Isidro Lángara

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    Isidro Lángara Galarraga (25 May 1912 in Pasaia, Gipuzkoa — 21 August 1992 in Andoain) was a Spanish football striker. He played 12 times for Spain, scoring 17 goals.


  10. Eraldo Monzeglio
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    Eraldo Monzeglio

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    Eraldo Monzeglio (5 June 1906 – 3 November 1981) was an Italian association footballer, who played as a defender, in the position of full-back.


  11. Leônidas da Silva
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    Leônidas da Silva

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    Leônidas da Silva (6 September 1913, Rio de Janeiro – 24 January 2004, Cotia) was an association footballer and commentator.


  12. Felice Borel
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    Felice Borel

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    Felice Placido Borel (5 April 1914 – 21 January 1993) was an Italian football player who played as a striker. He was a member of the Italy national football team that won the 1934 FIFA World Cup.


  13. Beb Bakhuys
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    Beb Bakhuys

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    Elisa Hendrik "Beb" Bakhuys (16 April 1909 – 7 July 1982) was a Dutch football player and manager.


  14. Gianpiero Combi
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    Gianpiero Combi

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    Gianpiero Combi (20 November 1902, Turin, Piedmont – 12 August 1956) was one of Italian football's greatest goalkeepers of all-time. He spent his entire career at Juventus FC and won the 1934 World Cup with the Italian national team. He was considered one of the best goalkeepers in the world during the 1930s, alongside Ricardo Zamora and František Plánička, and is regarded as one of Italy's greatest goalkeepers. Despite his small stature, he was a commanding keeper, who possessed notable strength, which he combined with his elegance, intelligence, and excellent technique; rather than for his flamboyance, he stood out in particular throughout his career due to his consistency. He is regarded as one of the greatest goalkeepers of all time.


  15. Géza Kalocsay
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    Géza Kalocsay

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    Géza Kalocsay (30 May 1913 – 26 September 2008) was a footballer and manager from Hungary, who played internationally for both Czechoslovakia (3 caps) and Hungary (2 caps).


  16. Arnold Badjou
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    Arnold Badjou

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    Arnold Badjou (Laken, 26 June 1909 – 17 September 1994) was a Belgian football (soccer) goalkeeper.


  17. Luis Monti
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    Luis Monti

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    Luis Felipe Monti (May 15, 1901 – September 9, 1983) was an Italian Argentine footballer who played as a midfielder and an Olympian. Monti has the distinction of having played in two FIFA World Cup final matches with two different national teams. He played the first of these finals with his native Argentina in 1930, which was lost to Uruguay; and the second with Italy as one of their Oriundi in 1934, thanks to his Romagnol descent. This second time Monti was on the winning side in a 2–1 victory over Czechoslovakia.


  18. Laurent Grimmonprez
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    Laurent Grimmonprez

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    Laurent Georges Grimmonprez known as Flokke Grimmonprez (14 December 1902 in Gentbrugge, Ghent, Belgium – 22 May 1984) was a Belgian footballer.


  19. Gyula Bodola
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    Gyula Bodola

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  20. Bas Paauwe
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    Bas Paauwe

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    Bastiaan ("Bas") Jacob Paauwe (4 October 1911 – 27 February 1989) was a Dutch footballer who was active as a midfielder. Paauwe played his whole career at Feijenoord and won 31 caps for the Netherlands, scoring one goal.


  21. Einar Snitt
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    Einar Snitt

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    Einar Snitt (1905-1973) was a Swedish footballer who played for the Swedish national football team. He was a reserv in the 1934 FIFA World Cup. He had 17 caps for Sweden.


  22. György Sárosi
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    György Sárosi

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    Dr. György Sárosi (born on 5 August 1912 as György Stefanicsics, died on 20 June 1993) was a Hungarian footballer.


  23. Josef Streb
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    Josef Streb

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    Josef Streb (born 16 April 1912, date of death unknown) was a German footballer who participated at the 1934 FIFA World Cup. He played club football with Wacker München.


  24. José Iraragorri
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    José Iraragorri

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    José Iraragorri Ealo (16 March 1912 — 27 April 1983), nicknamed "Chato", was a Spanish footballer. He was born in Basauri. He played for Athletic Bilbao during the periods 1929-1936, 1946-1949. He also played 7 games for the Spain national football team, scoring one goal (two goals according to the official FIFA report) in the 1934 FIFA World Cup match against Brazil.


  25. Adri van Male
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    Adri van Male

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    Adrianus "Adri" van Male (7 October 1910, Philippine - 11 October 1990) was a Dutch football goalkeeper.


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