Lucien Favre

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Lucien Favre (French pronunciation: ​[lysjɛ̃ favʁ]; born 2 November 1957) is a Swiss professional football manager and former player who most recently managed German club Borussia Dortmund. Favre was a playmaker for various Swiss and French clubs, the longest for Servette, with whom he also won the championship. As a manager, he won the Swiss Cup and the Swiss championship with Servette and Zürich. Read more on Wikipedia

Since 2007, the English Wikipedia page of Lucien Favre has received more than 1,193,124 page views. His biography is available in 28 different languages on Wikipedia (up from 25 in 2019). Lucien Favre is the 60th most popular coach (up from 66th in 2019), the 136th most popular biography from Switzerland (up from 155th in 2019) and the most popular Swiss Coach.

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Among coaches, Lucien Favre ranks 60 out of 329Before him are Héctor Cúper, Roger Lemerre, César Rodríguez Álvarez, Morten Olsen, Karel Brückner, and Leonardo Araújo. After him are Jorge Valdano, Massimiliano Allegri, Roy Hodgson, Ralf Rangnick, Dragan Stojković, and Cesare Prandelli.

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Among people born in 1957, Lucien Favre ranks 38Before him are Rumiko Takahashi, Caroline Kennedy, Michael Madsen, Fran Drescher, Nick Cave, and Theo van Gogh. After him are Masayoshi Son, Cesare Prandelli, Anna Lindh, John Turturro, Ivo Josipović, and Adrian Smith.

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In Switzerland

Among people born in Switzerland, Lucien Favre ranks 136 out of 749Before him are Albert von Kölliker (1817), Henri Guisan (1874), Charles Gleyre (1806), Alfonsina Storni (1892), Rodolphe Töpffer (1799), and Max Bill (1908). After him are Gaspard Bauhin (1560), Emil Abderhalden (1877), Jean Vanier (1928), Gianni Infantino (1970), Princess Maria Teresa of Bourbon-Two Sicilies (1867), and Ernest Ansermet (1883).

Among COACHES In Switzerland

Among coaches born in Switzerland, Lucien Favre ranks 1After him are Köbi Kuhn (1943), Christian Gross (1954), Mattia Binotto (1969), Martin Schmidt (1967), and Sébastien Fournier (1971).