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Pierre Hanon

Pierre Hanon

Pierre Hanon
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From Belgium
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Gender male
Birth 29 December 1936, Brussels, Arrondissement of Brussels-Capital, Brussels-Capital Region, Belgium
Age 86 years
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Pierre Hanon (born 29 December 1936 in Brussels) is a former footballer who played mainly for R.S.C. Anderlecht and the national team. He played in the match Belgium-Netherlands in 1964 with 10 fellows from the Anderlecht team after the substitution of goalkeeper Delhasse by Jean Trappeniers. In total, Hanon collected 48 caps.

Hanon signed to Anderlecht in 1945 as a young player. He was first called in the first team in 1954 but he lost his place after a poor performance. A season later, he played in the 2-0 victory to rivals Standard Liège, but was sent to the B team again for the rest of the competition. His third match with the team was in Hungary for the first European game in Anderlecht history. Hanon was called by the manager the day of the match because of Susse Deglas's injury, while he was doing his military service. So he left the barracks without eating to join the team, and though made a good match.

Used as a right winger, Hanon became a libero at the end of his Anderlecht career, and then at Cercle Brugge.

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