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Franck Ribéry is a professional French player who currently plays as a a winger for German club Bayern Munich. He is known for pace, energy, skill and precise passing. For his playing position, he plays as a winger. His zodiac sign is Airies, he stands tall at a height of 170cm, weight 72kg and is of the French nationality. In detail, we analyze how Franck Ribéry stood out as one of France’s star players in our Franck Ribéry’s biography facts, childhood, career, net worth, relationship , parents, education, profile and personal life.
Franck Ribéry, Net Worth, Salary, Age, Zodiac, Marital Status, Profile, Stats, Height, Transfer, Wife, Ethnicity, Nationality, Full Name, Girlfriend, Children, Parents
|Full Name||Franck Ribéry|
|Birth Date||7 April 1983|
|Birth Place||Boulogne-sur-Mer, France|
|Stats,Height,Weight||Height:170 cm Weight: 72kg|
|facebook.com search phrase: Franck Ribery|
|Wife / Girlfriend||Wahiba Ribéry|
Franck Ribery Biography, Facts Rundown, Childhood & Profile
Franck Ribéry was born in Boulogne-sur-Mer, France to parents Francois Ribery (father) and Marie- Pierre Ribéry (mother). He has three siblings François Ribéry (brother), Steven Ribéry (brother) and Ludivine Ribéry (sister).
Franck Ribery Professional Facts & Football Career
Ribéry’s career started in 1989 as a youth player for local hometown club Conti Boulogne. He eventually left the club after seven years to join professional outfit Lille but left the club due to difficulties adjusting. In 1999, Ribéry joined US Boulogne, where he played for two years.
After two more years in the amateur divisions with two clubs (Alès and Brest), in 2004, the French winger earned a move to Ligue 1 club FC Metz. After six months with the club, Ribéry moved to Turkey in January 2005 to join Galatasaray, where he won the Turkish Cup.
After spending six months at Galatasaray, he left the club in a controversial fashion in order to return to France to join Marseille. Ribéry went on to spend spend two seasons at the club, helping the Marseillais reach the final of the Coupe de France in back-to-back seasons. In 2007, Ribéry joined German club Bayern Munich for a then club-record fee of €25 million.
Playing with Bayern, the French winger asisted in winning nine Bundesliga titles (a Bundesliga record), six DFB-Pokal, one UEFA Champions League and one FIFA Club World Cup, which include four doubles and one treble. His form for Bayern in the clubs 2012–13 treble winning season saw him nominated alongside Lionel Messi and Cristiano Ronaldo on the three-man shortlist for the 2013 FIFA Ballon d’Or.
Ribéry, in a winning streak, won a club record 24 titles at Bayern. Between 2006 and 2014, Ribéry represented the France national football team 81 times. He has represented his home country at two FIFA World Cups(2006, 2010) and two UEFA European Championships (2008, 2012). He made his international debut in May 2006 against Mexico.
In the 2006 World Cup, Ribéry netted his first international goal against Spain and played in the final match against Italy. The French winger is a three-time winner of the French Player of the Year award and has also won the German Footballer of the Year becoming the first player to hold both honors.
Ribéry has also been named to the UEFA Team of the Year and declared the Young Player of the Year in France. In 2013, Ribéry won the UEFA Best Player in Europe Award. In 2013, he was also ranked fourth in The Guardian’s list of the best players in the world.
Bayern Munich (2014–15 season)
On the 18th of October 2014, Ribéry made his way back after suffering from a knee injury as a substitute in the 61st minute in a 6–0 home victory over Werder Bremen. He netted each goal in both the matches against A.S. Roma in the UEFA Champions League group stage, Bayern won 7–1 in the first match and 2–0 in the second match.
The French winger made an impressive performance and netted a goal in his first start for the club since April 2014 in a 3–1 victory over Hamburger SV in the DFB-Pokal on 30 October. He netted his 100th goal for Bayern and the only goal of the match in 1–0 victory over Bayer Leverkusen on 6 December.
He was drafted into Galatasaray by manager Gheorghe Hagi and debuted in 14 league games as the club finished in third-place position. While playing for the club, Galatasaray supporters nicknamed him “Ferraribery”, in reference to his quick acceleration with the ball at his feet and also “Scarface” due to a large scar located on the right side of his face. In the Turkish Cup,
The French winger was instrumental in the club’s 5–1 thrashing of rivals Fenerbahçe in the competition’s ultimate match. He netted the opening goal in the 16th minute and also assisted on another goal. Ribéry was later substituted in the 52nd minute with Galatasaray leading 3–1. The trophy was Ribéry’s first major honor.
Franck Ribéry International career
Franck Ribéry is always passionate about the France under-21 team earning his first selection on 3 September 2004 in a 1–0 victory over Israel in qualifying for the 2006 UEFA European Under-21 Football Championship.
Franck Ribery Net worth
Thomas Muller earns £122,000 weekly, putting his net worth at a whopping $70 million as of 2019.
Franck Ribery Girlfriend & Personal Life
Franck Ribery is currently married to girlfriend turned wife Wahiba Ribéry.
Franck Ribery Salary
Franck Ribery earns £122,000 as a weekly salary.
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