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Alex Thépot Personal information Full name Alexis Thépot Date of birth July 30, 1906 Place of birth Brest, France Date of death February 21, 1989 (age 82) Place of death Dunkerque, France Height 1.78m (5ft 10in) Playing position Goalkeeper Youth career 1922-1927 Armoricaine Brest Senior career* Years Team Apps† (Gls)† 1927-28 1928-1935 1935-1936 FEC Levallois Red Star FC USL Dunkerque National team 1927 - 1935 France 31 (0) * Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only. † Appearances (Goals). Alexis 'Alex' Thépot (July 30, 1906 – February 21, 1989) was a French football player. He was the goalkeeper of the French national team in the first two World Cups, 1930 and 1934. Born in Brest, Finistère, Thépot played for the clubs Armoricaine de Brest (1922-1927), FEC Levallois (1927-28), Red Star FC (1928-1935), and USL Dunkerque (1935-1936). After a good year with Levallois, he was selected to play his first international match against England in 1927.[1] From 1927 to 1935, Thépot played in 31 international matches, conceding 77 goals, and was captain of the French team 13 times.[2] He played France's only match at the 1928 Olympic Games, a 3-4 loss to Italy. Thépot appeared in France's first ever World Cup match against Mexico in 1930, although he had to abandon the match during the first half due to an injury, being replaced in goal by half Augustin Chantrel. Thépot would come back and play in the next two matches, but his team was unable to go past the group stage, losing to Argentina 1-0 on a late goal, and 1-0 to Chile, despite having saved a penalty kick while the match was still 0-0.[3] References ^ Source: (French) AllezRedStar.com. "Alex Thépot". AllezRedStar.com. http://www.allezredstar.com/archives/fr_alex.htm. Retrieved 2007-01-03.  ^ (French) www.fff.fr. "Player profile and cap summary". French Football Federation. http://www.fff.fr/servfff/historique/historique.php?cherche_joueur=thepot&submit=go. Retrieved 2007-01-03.  ^ Naskrent, Gwidon S. et al.. "World Cup 1930". RSSSF. http://www.rsssf.com/tables/30full.html#gra. Retrieved 2007-01-03.  External links Player information at the official web site of the French Football Federation v · d · eFrance squad – 1930 FIFA World Cup DF Andoire • DF Capelle • MF Chantrel • FW Delfour • MF Delmer • FW Langiller • MF J. Laurent • FW L. Laurent • FW Libérati • FW Maschinot • DF Mattler • MF Pinel • GK Tassin • GK Thépot • FW Veinante • MF Villaplane • Coach: Caudron v · d · eFrance squad – 1934 FIFA World Cup FW Alcazar • FW Aston • MF Beaucourt • FW Courtois • GK Défossé • MF Delfour • MF Delmer • MF Gabrillargues • DF Gonzales • FW Keller • FW Korb • FW Laurent • MF Liétaer • GK Llense • DF Mairesse • DF Mattler • FW Nicolas • MF Rio • GK Thépot • DF Vandooren • FW Veinante • MF Verriest • Coach: Kimpton Persondata Name Thepot, Alex Alternative names Short description Date of birth July 30, 1906 Place of birth Brest, France Date of death February 21, 1989 Place of death Dunkerque, France This biographical article related to a French association football goalkeeper is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it.v · d · e