Christophe Dugarry

Where is Christophe Dugarry now?

Inducted into Birmingham City’s Hall of Fame because of the vital goals he scored in the 2002/03 Premier League season which ensured their survival, Christophe Dugarry retired from playing in 2005 after a spell playing in Qatar.

During his illustrious 17-year career he won a number of trophies including the French Ligue 2 and League Cup with Bordeaux, the La Liga title with Barcelona and the 1998 FIFA World Cup, 2001 FIFA Confederations Cup and 2000 European Championships with the France national side.

He won a total of 55 caps with Les Bleus and also represented his country in the 1996 UEFA European Championships and the 2002 FIFA World Cup finals.
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Since retiring from playing professional football Dugarry has worked as a high profile football pundit and commentator for French television stations Canal Plus and SFR Media.

He has often caused controversy with viewers for his biased opinions towards his former side Bordeaux.

In 2017, Dugarry was involved in a war of words with ex Manchester United player Patrice Evra after he criticised some of the defender’s performances during his punditry.

In an interview with former Arsenal defender William Gallas, Evra claimed that Dugarry’s football career benefited from his relationship with French legend Zinedine Zidane.

Evra said Dugarry was given preferential treatment with the national team over more talented players because of his relationship with Zidane that went back from their days playing together at Bordeaux.

In a bizarre attack he went on to state that Dugarry was “the only person in the world who knows the exact number of pubic hairs Zinedine Zidane has on his family jewels’.

Still working as a pundit and analyst, he also hosts his own two-hour  football show called Team Duga on French radio channel RMC.

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Christophe Dugarry: Premier League Statistics

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