Eric Carrière

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Eric Gérard Carrière (born 24 May 1973) is a French former professional footballer who played as a midfielder for Nantes, Lyon, Lens, and Dijon. Read more on Wikipedia

Since 2007, the English Wikipedia page of Eric Carrière has received more than 16,487 page views. His biography is available in 19 different languages on Wikipedia (up from 17 in 2019). Eric Carrière is the 6,906th most popular soccer player (down from 6,463rd in 2019), the 4,540th most popular biography from France (down from 3,773rd in 2019) and the 364th most popular French Soccer Player.

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Among soccer players, Eric Carrière ranks 6,906 out of 16,923Before him are Marcelo Estigarribia, Pablo Piatti, Misaki Amano, Bryan Cristante, Jardel, and Christian Schulz. After him are Dan Calichman, Masahiro Wada, Washington Luiz Pereira dos Santos, Charles Kaboré, Antolín Alcaraz, and Lee Min-sung.

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Among people born in 1973, Eric Carrière ranks 551Before him are Daijiro Takakuwa, Scott Stapp, Eric Lange, Fatuma Roba, Gloria, and Saulius Štombergas. After him are Lee Min-sung, Greg Vaughan, Rubén Wolkowyski, Ânderson Lima, Damon Stoudamire, and Francisco Palencia.

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Among people born in France, Eric Carrière ranks 4,540 out of 5,234Before him are Jérémy Chardy (1987), Michaël Ciani (1984), Sandrine Bailly (1979), Marina de Van (1971), Lorie (1982), and Florian Zeller (1979). After him are Jenia Grebennikov (1990), Éric Srecki (1964), Franck Piccard (1965), Ryad Boudebouz (1990), Élodie Fontan (1987), and Florian Maurice (1974).


Among soccer players born in France, Eric Carrière ranks 364Before him are Saphir Taïder (1992), Mickaël Madar (1968), Francis Gillot (1960), Yoan Gouffran (1986), Morgan Amalfitano (1985), and Michaël Ciani (1984). After him are Ryad Boudebouz (1990), Florian Maurice (1974), Sébastien Haller (1994), Nicolas Ouédec (1971), Benoît Cheyrou (1981), and Jérémy Morel (1984).

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