Emmanuel PETIT (French)

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Emmanuel PETIT (French)

ex-Footballer, TV and radio Columnist, Writer

World Champion, European Champion, French Champion, English Champion

(1970, Dieppe)

Emmanuel Petit, who was selected 63 times for the French national team, ended his football career in 2004, after having been world champion and ultimate scorer in the France-Brazil final in 1998, European champion in 2000, French champion with Monaco and English champion with Arsenal. He has written three books in collaboration, the latest My Passionate Dictionary of the French Team, Hugo sport, 2017 (with Daniel Riolo); Franc-tireur (Sniper), 2015, Solar édition, (with Kader Boudaoud); À fleur de peau (Very sensitive), éditions Prolongations, 2008 (with Jérôme Le Fauconnier). He initiated a series of football criminal novels written in cooperation with Gilles del Pappas. The first volume entitled Last Tackle was published by Le Seuil (2019).


For Last Tackle writen with Gilles del Pappas : Turquia (2019)