7 Cool and Interesting Fun Facts about Patrice Evra’s Life

 

More than 5 Cool and Interesting Fun Facts about Patrice Evra’s Life. Patrice Latyr Evra was born on 15th May 1981. He is a professional footballer who mainly plays as a left-back attacker.

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Patrice Evra | Footballer

On the club level, he has played from number of clubs including Nice, AS Monaco, Manchester United and Juventus.

On the international level, he represents French national team. He has represented his national side in many key tournaments including UEFA Euro for the year 2008, FIFA World Cup for the year 2006 and UEFA Euro for the year 2004.

Patrice Evra Interesting Facts

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Patrice Evra | Footballer facts

 

  1. 5 times winner of Premier League Title

The most amazing fact about Patrice Evra is that, he is the winner of Premier League Title. This title is considered to be one of the most prestigious titles in the game of football. Even interesting fact is that he has won this award not once, not twice but five times in his career. For the years he grabbed the title include 2006–07, 2007–08, 2008–09, 2010–11 and 2012–13.

  1. Three times winner of Football League Cup Title

Another interesting fact about Patrice Evra is that, he is the winner of Football League Cup Title. This title is considered to be one of the most prestigious titles in the game of football. Even interesting fact is that he has won this award not once, not twice but three times in his career. For the years he grabbed the title include 2005–06, 2008–09 and 2009–10.

  1. As a philanthropist

A cool fact about him is that, he dedicates his time and money for social work. He actively took part in Shoot for Love, a charity event intended to raise funds for children suffering with Cancer. This event was organized by famous charity foundation, Guus Hiddink Foundation.

  1. Five times winner of FA Community Shield Title

Another amazing fact about him is that, he is the winner of FA Community Shield Title. This title is considered to be one of the most prestigious titles in the game of football. Even interesting fact is that he has won this award not once, not twice but five times in his career. For the years he grabbed the title include 2007, 2008, 2010, 2011 and 2013.

  1. Personal facts about Patrice Evra

    Patrice Evra fun facts
    Patrice Evra

Some interesting and personal Patrice Evra’s facts are that, he was born in Senegal and later migrated to Europe. His father was a diplomat and of Guinean descent who was working in Senegal embassy in Belgium and decided to settle in the country. His mother’ name is Juliette. The player had 25 siblings. He faced strict criticism and abuse from Senegal national team due to his decision of selecting France national team over Senegal. He is allergic to eggs. He is married to Sandra. The couple has two children, a son and a daughter. He is a big fan of famous Brazilian footballer Romario. He speaks five languages French English, Itialian Spanish and Protugueses and was fond of learning Korean too.

  1. Honours and Titles at Club levelPatrice Evra

An amazing fact about him is that, he has been outstanding at club level, while playing for Monaco he won 1 Coupe de la LigueTitle for the year 2002–03, Similarly while playing for Manchester United he won 5 Premier League Title for the years 2006–07, 2007–08, 2008–09, 2010–11 and 2012–13, 3 Football League Cup title for the years 2005–06, 2008–09 and 2009–10, 5 FA Community Shield title for the years 2007, 2008, 2010, 2011 and 2013, 1 UEFA Champions League title for the years 2007–08, 1 FIFA Club World Cup title for the years 2008, Likewise while playing for Juventushe won 2Serie A title for the year 2014–15 and 2015–16, 2 Coppa Italia title for the year 2014–15 and 2015–16, SupercoppaItaliana title for the year 2015.

  1. Honours and Titles at Individual level

Another amazing fact about him is that, he has been outstanding at individual level, while playing football he won 1 UNFP Ligue 1 Young Player of the Year award for the year 2003–04 , 1 UNFP Ligue 1 Team of the Year award for the year 2003–04, 3 PFA Premier League Team of the Year award for the year of 2006–07, 2008–09 and  2009–10, 1 FIFA FIFPro World XI  award for the year 2009, 1 UEFA Team of the Year award for the year 2009.

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