Jean Petit

1949 - Today

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Jean Petit (born 25 September 1949 in Toulouse, Haute-Garonne) is a former football midfielder from France, who earned twelve international caps (one goal) for the French national team during the late 1970s. Petit played most of his professional career for AS Monaco, with whom he won the French title in 1978. Read more on Wikipedia

Since 2007, the English Wikipedia page of Jean Petit has received more than 11,239 page views. Her biography is available in 15 different languages on Wikipedia. Jean Petit is the 3,751st most popular soccer player, the 4,072nd most popular biography from France and the 195th most popular French Soccer Player.

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Among soccer players, Jean Petit ranks 3,751 out of 16,923Before her are Simone Pepe, Luca Marchegiani, Giorgos Koudas, Leo Franco, Fernando Picun, and Maki Haneta. After her are Luigi De Agostini, Corentin Tolisso, Luis García Postigo, Armando Tobar, Esteban Granero, and Georgios Samaras.

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Among people born in 1949, Jean Petit ranks 484Before her are Ayşe Erzan, Jiří Drahoš, Michael Häupl, Roy Bittan, Sanja Iveković, and Thomas Bopp. After her are Fayez Tarawneh, Jamaica Kincaid, Zlatko Mateša, Lauren Shuler Donner, Lori Sandri, and Henry Puna.

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Among people born in France, Jean Petit ranks 4,072 out of 5,234Before her are Alou Diarra (1981), Laurent Garnier (1966), Alphonse Kirchhoffer (1873), Yann LeCun (1960), Pierre Gasly (1996), and René Vautier (1928). After her are Zabou Breitman (1959), Corentin Tolisso (1994), Laurent Lafforgue (1966), François Delecour (1962), Martin Solveig (1976), and André Chamson (1900).


Among soccer players born in France, Jean Petit ranks 195Before her are Bernard Chiarelli (1934), Jean-Claude Piumi (1940), Ernest Schultz (1931), Yannick Stopyra (1961), Abou Diaby (1986), and Alou Diarra (1981). After her are Corentin Tolisso (1994), Sofiane Feghouli (1989), Anthony Lopes (1990), Olivier Dacourt (1974), Layvin Kurzawa (1992), and Julien Faubert (1983).