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Pauleta, the eagle becomes an ambassador! – FRENCH FOOTBALL

by: Adam Smith


Pauleta, the eagle becomes an ambassador! - FRENCH FOOTBALL 1

Twice the best player and double the league’s top scorer, former Portuguese striker Bordeaux and PSG Pauleta becomes ligue 1 Conforama ambassador. A look at his great career.

He is a first-time recruit who joins the Ligue 1 Conforama Ambassador Team. Top scorer in the league in 2006 and 2007, former Paris striker Saint-Germain and Girondins of Bordeaux Pauleta he became ambassador of the LFP along with Brazilian Edmilson. Now 46, the former Portugal international (88 games, 47 goals) has been around France for eight seasons. A look at the Ligue 1 conforama of the Eagle of the Azores.

A hat-trick to introduce you

The story between Pauleta and the French championship begins strong. Recruited during the summer market 2010 after 4 seasons in Spain between Salamanca and La Coruña, the 27-year-old striker must wait until the 6thE to make his debut with Bordeaux. Pauleta scored a hat-trick against FC Nantes in 67 minutes on his debut in France. A few weeks later, for his first at the Parc des Princes, this sip and surgical player in front of the goal marked a double including a 40-meter lob. Pauleta will finish the season with 20 goals in 28 league games.

His other two seasons with the club in the scapular will be the same as he will score 22 and 23 goals in Ligue 1 Conforama. In all competitions, Pauleta scored 91 goals in 129 games with burgundy and a new line to her name. The Girondins won the 2002 BKT League Cup by beating FC Lorient (3-0) thanks to a double of their number 22, notably the author of a magnificent acrobatic volley.

Two top scorer titles and three cups with PSG

Voted Best Player ligue 1 Conforama in his secondE And their 3E season in France, Pauleta joined Paris Saint-Germain in the summer of 2003. He spent five years in the capital, becoming the idol of the Parc des Princes. In his first season at PSG, the Parisian club finished runner-up in France. He is no exception to his habits and scores 18 times in 37 league games. Having captained the club, he won two French Cups, in 2004 and 2006, as well as the 2008 BKT League Cup. In the first of these three finals, against Castillo, he scored the only goal of the match. In the 3rdE, won against Lens (2-1), will also shake the nets.

In the league, this very full-surface fox stacks the targets. He was crowned top scorer in 2005/2006 (21 goals in 36 games) and 2006/2007 (15 goals in 33 games). The chance to win a trophy that had slain him in 2001/2002, when he had scored 22 goals as Djibril Cissé, but which Auxerrois had beaten him due to fewer converted penalties. In his final season in the capital, in 2007/2008, Paris coach Paul Le Guen used it more and more as a luxury wildcard, but Pauleta still finished with 15 goals in 34 games in all competitions.

Masterful Lob vs. No. Barthez

Pauleta also remembers her ability to score on posters, especially the Classicos. Often successfully against Phoenician opponent, he totaled 6 goals against OM in psG’s shirt including several memorable goals scored against Fabien Barthez. His most famous goal is probably that the lob scored from the corner post during a Parisian victory over OM in April 2004 (2-1).

In total, the number 9 will have scored 109 goals in 211 games for PSG. Enough to become the top scorer in the club’s history before being dethroned by Zlatan Ibrahimovic and then Edinson Cavani. In Ligue 1 Conforama, either with the jersey of the Girondins of Bordeaux or Paris Saint-Germain, the Azores Eagle will have scored 141 times in 266 matches.

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