Johan Micoud

Johan Micoud

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Johan Micoud (born 24 July 1973) is a retired French footballer, who played mostly as an attacking midfielder.

Left-footed, he was considered a skilled midfielder and a dead-ball expert; during a 16-year professional career, he played professionally, other than in his country, in Italy and Germany.

Club career

Born in Cannes, Micoud was a youth product of local AS Cannes' youth system, becoming the side's playmaker after Zinedine Zidane's departure to FC Girondins de Bordeaux. He helped the club to promotion from the second division in 1993 and UEFA Cup qualification the following season.

In 1998–99, two years after also moving to Bordeaux, Micoud played a pivotal role as the club were crowned Ligue 1 champions, and helped it to the following season UEFA Champions League's second group stage.

In 2000, he was seduced by the attraction of playing abroad, initially joining Parma FC, where he stayed for two seasons. Micoud then moved to Germany, signing for SV Werder Bremen, where he enjoyed a successful four-year stay, the peak of which being a major force in the league and cup double in 2004, as he netted 10 league goals, the highest for a midfielder alongside Bayer 04 Leverkusen's Bernd Schneider.

In June 2006, aged 33, Micoud returned to France, re-joining the club where he first flourished, Bordeaux, enjoying immediate success as he scored the winner in his first league match back at the club, at FC Lorient (1–0). He quickly...
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