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}}'''Rene Bauler''' (born 17 September 1914) is a Luxembourgian centenarian and former footballer who acted as a midfielder<ref>[http://www.weltfussball.de/spieler_profil/rene-bauler/ De René Baule rop der Websäit Weltfussball.de]</ref>.
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'''Rene Bauler''' (born 17 September 1914) is a Luxembourgian centenarian and former footballer who acted as a midfielder.
 
   
He started his career at Racing Football Club Union Luxembourg. On 27 September 1936, he was in the Luxembourg National Team in a friendly match against Germany (2: 7).
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He started his career at Racing Football Club Union Luxembourg. On 27 September 1936, he was in the Luxembourg National Team in a friendly match against Germany (2: 7)<ref>[http://eu-football.info/_player.php?id=1418 D'Lëscht vun de Lännermatcher vum René Bauler um Site Europèean Football]</ref>.
   
On 20 February 2013, after the death of [[Jean Ley]] (1903-2013), Bauler became the oldest living men in Luxembourg.
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On 20 February 2013, after the death of [[Jean Ley]] (1903-2013), Bauler became the oldest living man in Luxembourg.
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Rene Bauler
Centenarian

Rene Bauler (born 17 September 1914) is a Luxembourgian centenarian and former footballer who acted as a midfielder[1].

He started his career at Racing Football Club Union Luxembourg. On 27 September 1936, he was in the Luxembourg National Team in a friendly match against Germany (2: 7)[2].

On 20 February 2013, after the death of Jean Ley (1903-2013), Bauler became the oldest living man in Luxembourg.

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