|Full name||Jules Limbeck|
|Date of birth||beginning of 20th century|
|Place of birth||Romania|
|Date of death||1955|
|Place of death||Unknown|
|FK Austria Wien|
|1936||team of Zaporizhia|
|* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only|
In 1936 he arrived in the Soviet Union, and spent some time working with the city teams Zaporizhia and Dnipropetrovsk including Stal Dnipropetrovsk, then the order of the All-Union Committee for Physical Culture and Sports of the USSR it was sent to Tbilisi. Limbeck stayed there until March 1937 and worked as chief coach of Dinamo Tbilisi, which reached the finals of the USSR, then he organized a children's football school.
In 1937 he was head coach of Lokomotiv Moscow.
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