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Théophile Speicher (12 August 1909 — 6 August 1982) was a Luxembourgish footballer who played as a forward. Born in Hesperange, he represented CA Spora Luxembourg. Speicher made 18 appearances for the Luxembourg national team, and scored six goals. He made his debut on 1 June 1930 in a 7–4 friendly loss to Belgium, in Bruges, and scored his first two goals in a 6–3 loss to the same opponents in Charleroi. He played two matches in 1934 FIFA World Cup qualification, scoring in a 6–1 home loss to France.

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  • Théophile Speicher (12 August 1909 — 6 August 1982) was a Luxembourgish footballer who played as a forward. Born in Hesperange, he represented CA Spora Luxembourg. Speicher made 18 appearances for the Luxembourg national team, and scored six goals. He made his debut on 1 June 1930 in a 7–4 friendly loss to Belgium, in Bruges, and scored his first two goals in a 6–3 loss to the same opponents in Charleroi. He played two matches in 1934 FIFA World Cup qualification, scoring in a 6–1 home loss to France.
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  • Théophile Speicher (12 August 1909 — 6 August 1982) was a Luxembourgish footballer who played as a forward. Born in Hesperange, he represented CA Spora Luxembourg. Speicher made 18 appearances for the Luxembourg national team, and scored six goals. He made his debut on 1 June 1930 in a 7–4 friendly loss to Belgium, in Bruges, and scored his first two goals in a 6–3 loss to the same opponents in Charleroi. He played two matches in 1934 FIFA World Cup qualification, scoring in a 6–1 home loss to France. He was called up for the 1936 Olympics, but did not play, with Luxembourg beaten 9–0 by hosts Germany in the first round.
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