Bordeaux (France), AC
Milan (Italy), FC Barcelona (Spain), Olympique Marseille (France),
Bordeaux (France), Birmingham City (England), Qatar Club (Qatar)
1998 World Cup
winner (France) 2001 Confederations Cup winner (France) 2000 European Championship winner (France) 2002 League Cup winner (Bordeaux) 1992 French 2nd Division Champions (Bordeaux) 1996 UEFA Cup Finals (Bordeaux)
Christophe Dugarry (born March 24, 1972 in Lormont) is a former
French football (soccer) forward. With the French national team,
Dugarry won World Cup 1998 and Euro 2000.
On the club level, Dugarry played for Girondins Bordeaux
(1988-96 and 2000-2003), AC Milan (1996-97), Barcelona
(1997-98), Olympique Marseille (1988-2000), and Birmingham City
(2003-04), and Qatar Club (2004). For France, Dugarry was capped
55 times, scoring eight goals. Other than the two major
tournament wins, he also played for his country in Euro 96 and
the 2002 World Cup.
Dugarry announced his retirement as a player on February 1,