Posts tagged: Patrice Evra

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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ARSENAL: XHAKA HITS BACK AT EVRA

Arsenal midfielder Granit Xhaka has hit back at ex-Manchester United player Patrice Evra for inciting social media abuses with his comments as a pundit. Ex-Manchester United left-back Patrice Evra had called out Xhaka during the home game with Burnley in the Premier League in December. Patrice Evra was doing his punditry work on Sky Sports when he mentioned that Arsenal legend Thierry Henry turned off the TV when he sawXhaka lead out the team during his visit to his house. Patrice Evramentioned his interaction with Thierry Henry while pointing out that Xhaka is unreliable as an Arsenal player. The Swiss international was sent off during that Burnley game after grabbing the throat of Clarets midfielder Ashley Westwood. Arsenal were the better team until the red card incident involving Xhaka. In the end, Arsenal went on to lose 1-0 at home to Burnley courtesy the own goal from star striker Pierre-EmerickAubameyang.Xhaka came in for a lot of criticisms on social media for his action against Ashley Westwood during the game but he has been able to bounce back to produce some assured displays for the Gunners until the second league meeting with Burnley at the weekend.


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EVRA REVEALS WHAT FORMER UNITED MANAGER SIR ALEX TOLD TWO OF HIS PLAYERS

Former Manchester United defender Patrice Evra was in a reminiscent mood as he recalled what his former manager Sir Alex Ferguson once said to two of the players who played under the legendary Scot during his time managing the Red Devils. Evra has now revealed that the former manager told him and one other former Manchester United Player that they were going to become good managers in the future, and the Frenchman has now started his coaching badges.


The firmer left-back enjoyed a successful stint at United under Sir Alex and won a couple of titles including one Champions League trophy, five Premier League titles, four League Cups, and four Community Shield titles. While the former France international defender wants to venture into management and is already taking lessons, he issued a statement warning that being a great manager does not have anything to do with being a great player. Read more »

EVRA HAS NO PREFERENCE FOR MANAGEMENT

 

Manchester United legend Patrice Evra has said that he has no team on his mind as regards stepping into management. Patrice Evra has been preparing himself for his new career as a coach and he’s happy to start his coaching career at any club. The ex-Manchester United left-back made this known in an exclusive interview with the Manchester United podcast. According to Patrice Evra, he has no particular team in mind when it comes to taking his first steps into management.

Patrice Evra retired from football last year after a successful career and he has been in the process of getting his UEFA A and B coaching licencessince his retirement form the round leather game. He has been studying for the licences alongside Ashley Cole, a fellow left-back who played for Arsenal and Chelsea in the Premier League.
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