Jean de Clercq (17 May 1905, in Antwerp, Belgium - 20 March 1984) was a Belgian footballer. He played as a midfielder for Royal Antwerp FC, where he played 219 league games and for the Belgium team. He was named to the squad for the 1930 World Cup in Montevideo. He was coach of the Great Old from 1949 to 1953, with the former goalkeeper for the club, .

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  • Jean de Clercq (17 May 1905, in Antwerp, Belgium - 20 March 1984) was a Belgian footballer. He played as a midfielder for Royal Antwerp FC, where he played 219 league games and for the Belgium team. He was named to the squad for the 1930 World Cup in Montevideo. He was coach of the Great Old from 1949 to 1953, with the former goalkeeper for the club, . (en)
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  • Jean de Clercq (17 May 1905, in Antwerp, Belgium - 20 March 1984) was a Belgian footballer. He played as a midfielder for Royal Antwerp FC, where he played 219 league games and for the Belgium team. He was named to the squad for the 1930 World Cup in Montevideo. He was coach of the Great Old from 1949 to 1953, with the former goalkeeper for the club, . (en)
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