Paul Wartel

Paul Wartel ( born April 26, 1903 in Puteaux, † April 27, 1976 in Antibes ) was a French football player and coach.

Career as a player

Wartel played as a defender or external rotor, namely from 1926 to 1929 for Red Star Olympique, with which he won in 1928 the Coupe de France. From 1929 to 1933, he wore the dress of FC Sochaux. With this team he was on winning the 1931 Coupe Sochaux, a precursor of the professional Division 1, involved. Its active period was ended by an injury.

Career as a coach

Wartels first coaching position was with the U.S. Saint- Servan -Saint -Malo in the season 1933/34. He then worked at FC Sochaux with youth teams and was until 1939 also as Co, from 1939 to 1943 worked as a head coach. In the 1943/44 season Wartel coached the Equipe Fédérale Nancy- Lorraine, in the number of players from Sochaux were. In the final of the National Cup competition Wartel could win a 4-0 victory over the Equipe Fédérale de Reims -Champagne with this " Regional Selection". In the 1945/46 season he spent one year at Olympique Marseille, from where he then again returned to Sochaux (up to 1952). The greatest success with this club was winning the second division championship in 1947 From 1953 to 1956 was Wartel worked as a coach for the RCFC Besancon, before he again oversaw the team of Lionceaux from Sochaux- Montbéliard 1957-1960 -. , This time as an assistant, and shortly also again as head coach; while he reached with his team in 1959 for the last time a country Cup final, in which, however, Le Havre AC kept the upper hand.