Gabriel Hanot (6 November 1889 – 10 August 1968) was a French footballer and journalist (the editor of L'Équipe). The European Cup – which became the UEFA Champions League – was the brainchild of Hanot, as was the Ballon d'Or, an award that honours the male player deemed to have performed the best over the previous year.
Hanot in 1910
|Date of birth||6 November 1889|
|Place of birth||Arras, France|
|Date of death||10 August 1968(aged 78)|
|Place of death||Wangenbourg-Engenthal, France|
|1907?–1910?||US Tourcoing FC||?|
|1945–1949||France (coach under a committee)|
|* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only|
He made 12 appearances for the France national football team, with his debut coming on 8 March 1908 against Switzerland. He made another 10 appearances for them up to World War I. After the war he played one more time for France, as captain against Belgium on 9 March 1919.
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