EVRA SICK OF MESSI WINNING AWARD

Patrice Evra has revealed that he’s sick of seeing Lionel Messi win the BallonD’or Award. The Frenchman made this known in a chat with the Daily Mail as he revealed that he would like to see a Premier League player win the award ahead of the great Messi. Patrice Evra questioned the possibility of Messi winning the BallonD’or Award after an underwhelming season for Barcelona last term.

Ex-Manchester United defender Patrice Evra found it hard to make a case for Messi outside winning the Copa America tournament in Brazil this summer. In his last season as a Barcelona player, Messi led the Spanish giants to the Copa Del Rey title only as they fell short in both the Premier League and the Champions League. Read more »

EVRA, FAMILY MEET SIR ALEX AGAIN

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Ex-Manchester United defender Patrice Evra reunited with Sir Alex Ferguson earlier this week.Evra met with legendary Red Devils boss Ferguson over food and drinks to discuss several issues. Former French national team left-back Patrice Evra was in the company of his wife and child.

Evra signed for Manchester United from French club AS Monaco during the winter transfer window in January 2006. Sir Alex Ferguson was the Manchester United manager when Evra signed for the Red Devils. Ferguson gave his approval for the club to sign the Frenchman. Read more »

EVRA ON WHAT HE THINKS ABOUT VARANE AS NEW UNITED SIGNING

A lot of people have expressed what they think about the signing of French defender Raphael Varane by English Premier League giants Manchester United and while it is still a shock to many, almost everyone is saying that the Red Devils have secured themselves a world-class defender.

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United were in dire need of a top central defender who would bring a wealth of experience to the team and with Varane being one of the few available options in the market currently, manager Olé Gunnar Solskjær pounced on the opportunity to sign the Frenchman from Real Madrid while the summer transfer window is still on and open for business transactions.
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EVRA NAMES HIS BEST FRENCH PLAYERS

Former AS Monaco and Manchester United defender Patrice Evra has named his five favourite French stars in an exclusive interview with Inside United ahead of the recent Group F meeting between France and Portugal. Patrice Evra mentioned Zinedine Zidane, Thierry Henry, David Ginola, Eric Cantona, and Didier Deschamps as his top five French players.

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Patrice Evrasaid Manchester United legend Cantona made his list because of what he did during his time at the Manchester United. On his selection of Ginola, Evra saidthe winger made his top five French stars due to his influential spells at Paris Saint Germain (PSG) and Newcastle United. The ex-Manchester United left-back added that he shares similarities with Ginola as they have both been public enemies in France.
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EVRA WELCOMES FIRST CHILD WITH PARTNER

Manchester United legend Patrice Evra welcomed his first child with partner Margaux Alexandra last week Monday in the city of Copenhagen in Denmark.The former Premier League player didn’t make the announcement until the end of the week.

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Evra announced the birth of his new born baby on Friday as he showered his fiancee with praises. The 39-year-old Frenchman called 26-year-old model Margaux ‘my universe, my everything’ in a heartfelt statement from himas seen on social media. According to him, the name of his new son is Lilas Latyr Evra.
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EVRA IN PASSIONATE SUPER LEAGUE APPEAL

Manchester United legend Patrice Evra has made a passionate appeal to the public on the controversial European Super League via his official Twitter handle. The Frenchman believes that the battle is not won as regards the Super League as he hit out at those behind the creation of the closed competition.

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Patrice Evrais clearly not in support of the doomed Super League but he has been stunned by the way football bodies, UEFA and FIFA have rapidly risen to the challenge of tackling the Super League because of the financial gains involved.
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