Didier Agathe

Didier Agathe

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Didier Agathe

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Didier Fernand Agathe (born 16 August 1975 in Saint-Pierre, Réunion) is a professional footballer who currently plays for JS Saint-Pierroise in Réunion.

Agathe began his career at French side Montpellier HSC before moving to Scotland to join Raith Rovers and then Hibernian. His performances gained him a high profile transfer to Celtic where he enjoyed the most successful spell of his career winning three championships and was part of the squad that reached the 2003 UEFA Cup Final.


Early career

Agathe began his career in France with Montpellier HSC and also had a loan spell with Olympique Alès.

Raith Rovers

He moved to Scotland in 1999, playing for a year with Raith Rovers. At this time he was playing as a striker. His goals alerted Premier League club Hibernian, who signed him on a short-term contract in the summer of 2000.


Agathe scored four goals in five Scottish Premier League games for Hibs, who also used him as a striker.


This form and his short contract led to Celtic stepping in to sign Agathe for just £35,000. Martin O'Neill used Agathe as either a right back or right wingback and was a regular in his side. The club won three championships and reached the 2003 UEFA Cup Final. Following good performances in European competition he was once linked with moves to Juventus and Valencia during the 2001–02 season.. In February 2004, the Scotland manager Berti Vogts expressed interest in...
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