David Ginola

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Where is David Ginola now?

David Ginola, the flamboyant Frenchman retired from playing in 2002, finishing his career at Everton after spells with Newcastle United, Tottenham Hotspur and Aston Villa

Since retiring from playing, Ginola has mainly been involved in television work and has appeared on numerous programmes in the UK.

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He has also appeared in two films, an Anglo-French one called Rosbeef and a World War II heist film called Operation Matchbox

Ginola has also provided punditry for talkSPORT – mainly on Tottenham Hotspur games and was also the lead analyst on French TV coverage of Ligue One.

In 2013 he was signed up by BT Sport as one of their Barclays Premier League match analysts and in 2014 Ginola starting working for Canal + Sport as host of their English Premier League highlights show “Match of Ze Day.”

In January 2015 it was announced that David Ginola, in association with sports betting company Paddy Power would be running for the presidency of FIFA.

He withdrew from his campaign after failing to gain the minimum five nominations.

In May 2016, David Ginola underwent quadruple heart bypass surgery after suffering a cardiac arrest during a friendly football game in Monaco but made a full recovery.

Speaking candidly afterwards, he revealed that he had swallowed his tongue and was clinically dead for eight minutes before an air ambulance arrived with a defibrillator and revived him.

Back to his former self, Ginola was back in the public eye just months later when he joined La France a un incroyable talent (which is the French version of the Got Talent series) as the show’s new host.

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David Ginola: Premier League Statistics

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Premier League Teams Played forAston Villa, Everton, Newcastle United, Tottenham Hotspur

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