- Category : Sports-Soccer
- Type : GE
- Profile : 4/6 - Opportunistic / Role Model
- Definition : Single
- Incarnation Cross : RAX Laws 2
Georges Moreel (born July 22, 1924 in Gennevilliers; † 4 December 2003 Argenteuil) was a French football player.
The 176-centimeter Moreel played in his youth at an amateur club called USA Clichy and occurred in young adulthood in the jersey of FEC Levallois, both teams were located in the vicinity of Paris. In 1945 he managed the change from Levallois towards the second division CA Paris, which amounted to jump into professional football. With the capital club he joined in 1945/46 for the first season after the end of World War II and became in the course of time 21 years a regular player. Home, he was, as a rule of in the middle, even though he was also able to gain experience on the left wing later. He made himself a name and came immediately scorer in his first year as a pro on 13 hits, giving him 1,946 allowed to enter in a change to the first league city rivals Racing Paris.
With a racing he added at a time, in the Substitutions were not yet possible to from the beginning in the first team and was able to continue with 14 goals in his first Erstligajahr to the previous success, although he was against with the team had the relegation fight. In subsequent seasons the standings of the Paris stabilized, however, and they were able to keep in midfield, while Moreel even counted with 18 and 19 goals this season 1947-1949 at the best goal scorers in France, where he in 1948 eighth, and in 1949 ranked seventh in the Statistics occupied. In addition, he managed his team the entry into the national cup final in 1949 where he Torlosigkeit despite its own thanks to a 5: 2 victory against Lille won the first title of his career. The 1950 would have for the team winning the second Cup trophy can follow one after the other, which, however due to a 0: 2 defeat against Stade Reims failed; although he continued to stand in the great majority of encounters in the square, Moreel missed this second final. Mainly due to tactical changes, by which he was called up on the left wing and attacking midfielder, he lost in 1950 its importance as a scorer and thereafter remained under the respective trademark of ten hits, while he had this previously always exceeded. In 1952 he returned Racing Paris after six years back and signed the southern French League rivals Olympique Marseille.
In Marseille Moreel had the entire autumn 1952 on pause, but established himself in January 1953 as a regular force in the team. This was short-lived, as he denied his last game with a game against the CO Roubaix-Tourcoing on 17 May 1953 in the top domestic league and had to then end his career because of a persistent knee injury . At the time of the career end 28-year-old had previously denied 178 Erstligapartien with 81 goals and 24 second division games with 13 goals.
Moreel was 24 years old when he made his debut on 22 May 1949 against England in the jersey of the French national team. In the friendly match he was successful as a scorer directly in the first minute, but he could be a 1: 3 defeat not avert his team later in the game. After that, he was considered no more time for the national team.