Christian Karembeu

1970 - Today

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Christian Lali Kake Karembeu (born 3 December 1970) is a French former professional footballer who played as a defensive midfielder. He is currently the sporting director for Olympiacos. Karembeu represented Nantes, Sampdoria, Real Madrid, Middlesbrough, Olympiacos, Servette, and Bastia. Read more on Wikipedia

Since 2007, the English Wikipedia page of Christian Karembeu has received more than 724,903 page views. His biography is available in 46 different languages on Wikipedia (up from 42 in 2019). Christian Karembeu is the 528th most popular soccer player (down from 502nd in 2019), the most popular biography from New Caledonia and the most popular Soccer Player.

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Among soccer players, Christian Karembeu ranks 528 out of 16,923Before him are Javier Clemente, Pepe, Hans-Georg Schwarzenbeck, Mario Corso, Kiyoshi Tomizawa, and Ian Rush. After him are Shigeru Takahashi, Anghel Iordănescu, Ján Popluhár, Tarcisio Burgnich, Hugo Meisl, and Roberto Boninsegna.

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Among people born in 1970, Christian Karembeu ranks 30Before him are Halit Ergenç, Nikolaj Coster-Waldau, Marco Pantani, Fred Durst, Amaury Nolasco, and Paolo Sorrentino. After him are Gabriela Sabatini, Emmanuel Petit, Yann Tiersen, John Frusciante, Roberto Di Matteo, and Saad Hariri.

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In New Caledonia

Among people born in New Caledonia, Christian Karembeu ranks 1 out of 5After him are Colin Higgins (1941), Antoine Kombouaré (1963), Frédéric Piquionne (1978), and Georges Gope-Fenepej (1988).

Among SOCCER PLAYERS In New Caledonia

Among soccer players born in New Caledonia, Christian Karembeu ranks 1After him are Antoine Kombouaré (1963), Frédéric Piquionne (1978), and Georges Gope-Fenepej (1988).

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