Charles Bunyan Jr.

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Charles Bunyan

Personal information

Full name
Charles Cyril Bunyan

Date of birth
(1892-11-22)22 November 1892

Place of birth
England

Date of death
1975 (aged 82–83)

Senior career*

Years
Team
Apps
(Gls)

1911–1920
Racing Club de Bruxelles
55
(12)

1920–1922
Chelsea
?
(?)

Teams managed

1922–1925
Anderlecht

* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only.

Charles Cyril Bunyan Jr. (22 November 1892 – 1975) was an English professional football player and manager. During his time in Belgium, he was known as Cyrille Bunyan.

Contents

1 Career

1.1 Playing career
1.2 Coaching career

2 Personal life
3 References

Career[edit]
Playing career[edit]
Bunyan played in Belgium for Racing Club de Bruxelles (where he scored 12 goals in 55 games,[1] and in England for Chelsea.[citation needed]
Coaching career[edit]
Bunyan replaced his father as manager of Anderlecht in 1922, following the latter’s death.[2]
Personal life[edit]
He was the son of Charles Bunyan Sr. and brother of Maurice Bunyan.
References[edit]

^ http://users.skynet.be/fb304341/SpelersB.htm)
^ Marcel Gallez & Johan Serkijn (2008). Le dictionnaire du RSC Anderlecht (tome 2). Magnad. p. 47. ISBN 978-2-9600723-3-4. 

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R.S.C. Anderlecht – managers

Brébart (1920–22)
Bunyan, Sr. (1922)
Bunyan, Jr. (1922–25)
Howard (1928–36)
Defour (1936–38)
Defevere (1938–41)
Rage (1941–45)
Defevere (1945–46)
Perino (1946–47)
Smit (1947–50)
Gormlie (1950–60)
Sinibaldi (1960–66)
Béres (1966–67)
Deraeymaeker (1967–68)
Höfling (1968–70)
Deraeymaeker (1970)
Sinibaldi (1970–71)
Keßler (1971–72)
Van den Bosch (1972–73)
Braems (1973–75)
Croon (1975–76)
Goethals (1976–79)
Braems (1979–80)
Ivić (1980–83)
Van Himst (1983–86)
Haan (1986–87)
Leekens (1987–88)
Goethals (1988–89)
De Mos (1989–92)
Peruzović (1992–93)
Boskamp (1993–95)
Neumann (1995–96)
Boskamp (1996–97)
Vandereycken (1997)
Haan (1997–98)
Dockx (1998–99)
Anthuen
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