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Maurice Blieck

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Full nameMaurits Blieck
Playing positionForward

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Maurits (Maurice) Blieck (born 19 April 1913 in Bruges - died 25 July 1977 in Bruges) was a Belgian football player. He used to be a forward.

Blieck made his debut at the highest level of Belgian football in the 1933-34 season, in a 4-0 home win against Tilleur. Blieck scored twice. In his next two seasons for Cercle Brugge, Blieck would become team top scorer. His son Roger would later also become top scorer twice for Cercle.

Roger Blieck moved to Eendracht Aalst in 1936, when Cercle were relegated to second division. Aalst were also playing at that level. After his two seasons at Aalst, Blieck played for SK Geraardsbergen, Club Roeselare, FC Torhout and SC Beernem.


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