Jean Djorkaeff


Jean Djorkaeff

Football player infobox
playername= Jean Djorkaeff


fullname =
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dateofbirth = birth date and age|1939|10|27
cityofbirth = Charvieu
countryofbirth = France
dateofdeath =
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position = Defender
youthyears =
youthclubs =
years = 1958-1966
1966-1970
1970-1972
1972-1974
clubs = Olympique Lyonnais
Olympique de Marseille
Paris SG
Paris FC
caps(goals) =
nationalyears = 1964-1972
nationalteam = France
nationalcaps(goals) = 48 (3)
manageryears = 1968
1972
1981-1983
1983-1984
managerclubs = Olympique de Marseille
Paris FC
FC Grenoble
AS Saint-Étienne

Jean "Tchouki" Djorkaeff (born October 27 1939) is a retired French football player. He was born in the French commune of Charvieu, located in the "département" of Isère and is ethnically Kalmyk. He made his debut as a professional footballer playing for Lyon in a match against Limoges on December 28 1958. Though he started out as a striker, he was famous for his work as central defender and appeared in over 500 matches in the French football league. He spent a total of 16 seasons with the league, during which he played with only three clubs (eight seasons with Lyon, four with Marseille, and four with Paris FC). He won the Coupe de France (French Cup) twice, the first time with Lyons in 1964 and the second with Marseille in 1969. Djorkaeff also played for France in the 1966 World Cup. He is the father of Youri Djorkaeff who played for France in the 1998 World Cup and the 2000 Euro Cup. He also coached the Armenia national football team.

Today he serves as the director of the Coupe de France commission.

External links

* [http://www.om4ever.com/ListeJoueurs/ParoleDjorkaeff.htm Biography on a Marseille fan site] fr icon
* [http://www.alsapresse.com/jdj/98/06/15/SP/1/article_1.html Interview with Jean Djorkaeff] fr icon
* [http://www.fff.fr/servfff/historique/historique.php?id=DJORKAEFF%20Jean fff.fr] fr icon


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