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Former French football coach Gerard Houllier died Monday night at the age of 73. He underwent surgery for an aortic aneurysm three weeks ago and returned from the hospital only on Sunday, the RMC Sport portal informed.

Houllier led Paris in the 1980s. Germain, in the years 1992-1993 he also worked on the bench of the French national team. He then coached the youth selections of his home country and became most famous at FC Liverpool (1998-2004).

The English club led to a triumph in the UEFA Cup in the 2000/2001 season, and its enthusiasts defeated Deportivo Alaves 5: 4 after extra time in the dramatic final. He completed his coaching career in Lyon (2005-2007) and Aston Ville (2010-2011).

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