Cornelius "Con" Moulson (September 3, 1906 - October 27, 1989) was an Irish footballer and manager. His early playing career was spent in his native Ireland, before a spell in the English leagues, most notably for Lincoln City between 1932 and 1936, and then again from 1939 to 1943, with a spell at Notts County in between his two spells at Lincoln. He also won five call-ups for his country. After his turn as manager, Moulson reverted to his role as kit man and resumed work at the factory where he had been previously working.

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  • 科尼利厄斯“康”·莫爾森(英語:Cornelius "Con" Moulson,1906年9月3日-1989年10月27日)是一位愛爾蘭足球運動員及領隊。他的早期球員生涯在祖國愛爾蘭度過,然後轉戰英格蘭聯賽,他先後在1932年至1936年及1939年至1943年效力林肯城,亦一度轉會至諾士郡 。另外,他也獲得5次代表國家隊上陣的機會。 莫爾森在1943年掛靴,在林肯的一所工廠裡工作,他在戰後兼職林肯城的工作人員。長期執教林肯城的領隊安德森在1965年退休,任命莫爾森為新任領隊是一個令人震驚的決定,他已經有接近30年沒有參與過足球的日常工作。他在球隊只執教了8場比賽,他採用了較罕見的3-3-4陣式,丟了21球,莫爾森終被解除了職務。莫爾森所執教的8場比賽全部落敗,可以被認為是創下英格蘭足球聯賽最差戰績的全職領隊。 離職後的莫爾森再度成為球隊的工作人員,並返回工廠工作。 (zh)
  • Cornelius "Con" Moulson (September 3, 1906 - October 27, 1989) was an Irish footballer and manager. His early playing career was spent in his native Ireland, before a spell in the English leagues, most notably for Lincoln City between 1932 and 1936, and then again from 1939 to 1943, with a spell at Notts County in between his two spells at Lincoln. He also won five call-ups for his country. His playing career ended in 1943 and he subsequently took up a job at a factory in Lincoln, where he continued working after the war ended, along with taking up a part-time role as Lincoln City's kit man. When long-serving manager Bill Anderson retired in 1965, Moulson was the shock choice to be the club's new manager, despite not having had any day-to-day involvement in football for almost three decades. After only eight matches, which saw an unconventional 3-3-4 formation being deployed and 21 goals conceded, Moulson was relieved of his duties. Every single one of the eight matches which Moulson was in charge for ended in defeat, giving him arguably the worst record of any permanent manager in the entire history of the league. After his turn as manager, Moulson reverted to his role as kit man and resumed work at the factory where he had been previously working. His brother, George Moulson was also a footballer. The two were honoured by their hometown of Clogheen in 2013. (en)
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  • 科尼利厄斯“康”·莫爾森(英語:Cornelius "Con" Moulson,1906年9月3日-1989年10月27日)是一位愛爾蘭足球運動員及領隊。他的早期球員生涯在祖國愛爾蘭度過,然後轉戰英格蘭聯賽,他先後在1932年至1936年及1939年至1943年效力林肯城,亦一度轉會至諾士郡 。另外,他也獲得5次代表國家隊上陣的機會。 莫爾森在1943年掛靴,在林肯的一所工廠裡工作,他在戰後兼職林肯城的工作人員。長期執教林肯城的領隊安德森在1965年退休,任命莫爾森為新任領隊是一個令人震驚的決定,他已經有接近30年沒有參與過足球的日常工作。他在球隊只執教了8場比賽,他採用了較罕見的3-3-4陣式,丟了21球,莫爾森終被解除了職務。莫爾森所執教的8場比賽全部落敗,可以被認為是創下英格蘭足球聯賽最差戰績的全職領隊。 離職後的莫爾森再度成為球隊的工作人員,並返回工廠工作。 (zh)
  • Cornelius "Con" Moulson (September 3, 1906 - October 27, 1989) was an Irish footballer and manager. His early playing career was spent in his native Ireland, before a spell in the English leagues, most notably for Lincoln City between 1932 and 1936, and then again from 1939 to 1943, with a spell at Notts County in between his two spells at Lincoln. He also won five call-ups for his country. After his turn as manager, Moulson reverted to his role as kit man and resumed work at the factory where he had been previously working. (en)
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