Hector Goetinck

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Hector Goetinck
Personal information
Date of birth 5 March 1886
Place of birth Bruges, Belgium
Date of death 26 June 1943(1943-06-26) (aged 57)
Place of death Knokke-Heist, Belgium
Playing position(s) Midfielder
Senior career*
1903–1914 Club Brugge
1919–1928 Club Brugge
National team
1906–1923 Belgium 17 (2)
Teams managed
1930–1933 Club Brugge
1930–1934 Belgium
1937–1939 A.S. Oostende
1939–1940 Belgium
* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only

Hector "Torten" Goetinck (5 March 1886 – 26 June 1943) was a Belgian football (soccer) manager. He coached the Belgium national football team in the 1930 FIFA World Cup and the 1934 FIFA World Cup, and also coached Club Brugge K.V.. During his playing days he earned 17 caps for Belgium and also played for Club Brugge. He was born in Bruges, and died in Knokke-Heist.

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