List of Olympique de Marseille players

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This is a list of notable footballers who have played for Olympique de Marseille. Generally, this means players that have appeared in 100 or more first-class (league, French Cup, League Cup and European) matches for the club. However, some players who have played fewer matches are also included; players who fell short of the total of 100 appearances but made significant contributions to the history of the club[1] or have involved in 1990–91 European Cup, 1992–93 UEFA Champions League, 1998–99 UEFA Cup and 2003–04 UEFA Cup. For a full list of all Marseille players with Wikipedia articles—major or otherwise—see Category:Olympique de Marseille players.

Players are listed according to the date of their first professional contract signed with the club. Appearances and goals are for competitive first-team matches only. Substitute appearances included.

List of players[edit]

As of 30 June 2016
  Players who represented their country while at the club.


Name Nationality Position Marseille career Appearances Goals Notes
Kassim Abdallah  Comoros DF 2012– 20 0
Rafidine Abdullah  France MF 2012– 23 0
Fabrice Abriel  France MF 2009–2011 76 2
Joseph Alcazar  France FW 1927–1936
1940–1942
115 92
Morgan Amalfitano  France MF 2011–2013 85 3
Manuel Amoros  France DF 1989–1993
1995–1996
168 2
Gunnar Andersson  Sweden
 France
FW 1950–1958 247 194 [2]
Jocelyn Angloma  France DF 1991–1994 106 4
José Anigo  France DF 1975–1984 205 4
André Ayew  Ghana MF 2007–2008
2010–2015
207 60
Jordan Ayew  Ghana FW 2009–2014 147 22
Emmanuel Aznar  France FW 1936–1952 169 118
César Azpilicueta  Spain DF 2011–2013 68 2
Gérard Bacconnier  France DF 1976–1981 137 6
Jean-Pierre Bade  France DF 1984–1987 122 1
Ibrahima Bakayoko  Ivory Coast FW 1999–2003 136 34
Fabien Barthez  France GK 1992–1995
2003–2006
228 0
Joey Barton  England MF 2012–2012 33 1
Jean Bastien  France MF 1935–1938
1939–1940
1941–1949
337 14
Michel Baulier  France DF 1975–1979 136 1
Joseph-Antoine Bell  Cameroon GK 1985–1988 137 0
Hatem Ben Arfa  France MF 2008–2010 91 15
Abdelsalem Ben Miloud  France DF 1946–1956 282 3
Marc Berdoll  France FW 1977–1980 107 53
Habib Beye  Senegal DF 2003–2007 174 2
Laurent Blanc  France DF 1997–1999 81 16
Patrick Blondeau  France DF 1998–2001 78 0
Alen Bokšić  Yugoslavia
 Croatia
FW 1990–1994 58 25
Basile Boli  France DF 1990–1994 163 26
Laurent Bonnart  France DF 2007–2010 138 0
Joseph Bonnel  France MF 1967–1973 235 67
Bernard Bosquier  France DF 1971–1974 112 12
Saar Boubacar  Senegal FW 1975–1976
1977–1980
1983–1984
162 67
François Bracci  France DF 1969–1979
1983–1985
341 15
Brandão  Brazil FW 2009–2011
2011
116 31
Frédéric Brando  France MF 1997–2001 135 6
Daniel Bravo  France FW 1998–1999 29 1
Ferdinand Bruhin   Switzerland MF 1933–1942 113 4
Régis Bruneton  France MF 1957–1963 126 5
Robert Buigues  France MF 1972–1977
1978–1981
227 38
Titi Camara  Guinea MF 1997–1999 77 10
Christian Caminiti  France DF 1977–1984 115 3
Lorik Cana  Albania MF 2005–2009 175 8
Georges Carnus  France GK 1971–1974 135 0
Tony Cascarino  Ireland FW 1994–1997 105 70
Bernard Casoni  France DF 1990–1996 221 3
Fabio Celestini   Switzerland MF 2002–2005 77 1
Boštjan Cesar  Slovenia DF 2005–2007 39 1
Benoît Cheyrou  France MF 2007–2014 305 28
Djibril Cissé  France FW 2006–2009 58 24
Édouard Cissé  France MF 2009–2011 77 1
Renato Civelli  Argentina DF 2006–2007
2008–2009
63 6
Max Conchy  France DF 1932–1935
1938–1942
1944–1945
125 9
Émile Dahan  France DF 1942–1950 199 4
Georges Dard  France MF 1936–1937
1938–1948
1949–1954
325 105
Jean-Charles De Bono  France MF 1980–1985 120 10
Frédéric Déhu  France DF 2004–2006 74 3
Didier Deschamps  France MF 1989–1990
1991–1994
157 9
Marcel Desailly  France DF 1992–1993 60 2
Jean-Pierre Destrumelle  France MF 1966–1970 133 2
Abdoulaye Diallo  Senegal FW 1983–1990 181 22
Alou Diarra  France MF 2011–2012 50 2
Souleymane Diawara  Senegal DF 2009–2014 164 11
Laurent Di Lorto  France GK 1931–1936 100 0
Éric Di Meco  France DF 1980–1986
1988–1994
277 13
Jean Djorkaeff  France DF 1966–1970 159 12
Cyril Domoraud  Ivory Coast DF 1997–1999 71 1
Manuel dos Santos  France DF 2000–2004 121 1
Didier Drogba  Ivory Coast FW 2003–2004 55 32 [3]
Jean-Philippe Durand  France MF 1991–1997 202 12
Olivier Echouafni  France MF 1994–1998 102 8
Edson  Brazil DF 1998–1999 14 1
Albert Emon  France FW 1971–1978 152 41
Elamine Erbate  Morocco DF 2008 6 0
Jean-Paul Escale  France GK 1960–1971 329 0
Jean-Jacques Eydelie  France DF 1992–1993 40 0
Rod Fanni  France DF 2010–2015 166 6
Jean Fernandez  France MF 1975–1980 165 1
Bernard Ferrer  France MF 1994–1997 103 26
Demetrius Ferreira  Brazil DF 2003–2006 85 2
Mathieu Flamini  France MF 2003–2004 24 0
Hervé Florès  France FW 1975–1981 156 37
Karl-Heinz Förster  Germany DF 1986–1990 135 8
Laurent Fournier  France MF 1990–1991 27 4
Enzo Francescoli  Uruguay FW 1989–1990 40 11
William Gallas  France DF 1997–2001 108 3
Christophe Galtier  France DF 1985–1987
1995–1997
139 0
Jérémy Gavanon  France GK 2002–2006 13 0
Bruno Germain  France MF 1988–1991
1994–1995
159 13
André-Pierre Gignac  France FW 2010–2015 186 77
Alain Giresse  France MF 1986–1988 83 8 [4]
Gaël Givet  France DF 2008–2009 41 0
Joseph Gonzales  France DF 1936–1946 173 5
Lucho González  Argentina MF 2009–2012 124 21
Jocelyn Gourvennec  France MF 1998–1999 29 5
Elliot Grandin  France FW 2008–2009 22 3
Maurice Gransart  France DF 1948–1949
1951–1961
288 5
Gilbert Gress  France MF 1971–1973 119 11
Gabriel Heinze  Argentina DF 2009–2011 77 10
Brahim Hemdani  Algeria MF 2000–2005 121 2
Hilton  Brazil DF 2008–2011 81 3
Jean-Louis Hodoul  Algeria DF 1964–1972 215 3
Giannelli Imbula  France MF 2013–2015 76 3
Pierre Issa  South Africa DF 1995–2001 59 1
Hamada Jambay  Madagascar DF 1993–1999 140 5
Gunnar Johansson  Sweden DF 1950–1958 255 5
Joseph Yegba Maya  Cameroon FW 1962–1970 237 112
Charles Kaboré  Burkina Faso MF 2007–2013 194 3
Foued Kadir  Algeria MF 2013– 15 0
Saber Khlifa  Tunisia FW 2013– - -
Willy Kohut  Hungary FW 1933–1939 183 92
Bakari Koné  Ivory Coast FW 2008–2010 80 16
Andreas Köpke  Germany GK 1996–1998 77 0 [5]
Édouard Kula  France DF 1970–1973 123 2
Marc Lévy  France GK 1980–1986 164 0
Marc Libbra  France FW 1990–1992
1993
1998
149 41
Armand Libérati  France GK 1980–1986 149 0
Jacques Lopez  France DF 1979–1985 143 6
Jean-Pierre Lopez  France DF 1967–1975 231 2
Roger Magnusson  Sweden FW 1970–1974 204 33
Steve Mandanda  France GK 2007–2016 433 0 [6]
Jean-Jacques Marcel  France MF 1954–1959 175 27
Louis de Maréville  France FW 1942–1947 116 73
Steve Marlet  France FW 2003–2005 69 17
Florian Maurice  France FW 1998–2001 83 30
Modeste M'Bami  Cameroon MF 2006–2009 100 1
Stéphane Mbia  Cameroon MF 2009–2012 112 5
Tyrone Mears  Jamaica DF 2008–2009 7 1
Abdoulaye Meïté  Ivory Coast DF 2000–2006 155 4
Lucas Mendes  Brazil DF 2012– 33 1
Benjamin Mendy  France DF 2013– 94 3
François Mercurio  France MF 1949–1958 134 24
Camel Meriem  France MF 2003–2004 49 4
Barthélemy Mesas  France MF 1951–1958 167 7
Gérard Migeon  France GK 1974–1981 216 0
François Milazzo  France MF 1960–1964 123 32
Jean Molla  France DF 1954–1961 213 5
Jérémy Morel  France DF 2011–2015 153 3
Fernando Morientes  Spain FW 2009–2011 19 1
Carlos Mozer  Brazil DF 1989–1992 118 6
Samir Nasri  France MF 2004–2008 166 12 [7]
Leyti N'Diaye  Senegal DF 2004–2005
2007–2009
2010–2011
2012–2013
16 0
Sylvain N'Diaye  Senegal MF 2003–2006 63 1
Nicolas N'Koulou  Cameroon DF 2011– 201 5
Mamadou Niang  Senegal FW 2005–2010 227 100
Jacques Novi  France MF 1967–1973 241 14
Franciszek Olejniczak  Poland
 France
MF 1936–1946 192 10
Pascal Olmeta  France GK 1990–1993 112 0
Jean Paluch  France MF 1954–1958 131 8
Jean-Pierre Papin  France FW 1986–1992 275 182 [8][9][10]
Marc Pascal  France FW 1978–1985 171 72
Dimitri Payet  France MF 2013–2015 83 15
Abedi Pele  Ghana FW 1987–1989
1990–1993
149 30 [11]
Robert Pires  France FW 1998–2000 93 14
Félix Pironti  France MF 1939–1949 211 89
Stéphane Porato  France GK 1998–2000 80 0
Florian Raspentino  France MF 2012 15 0
Fabrizio Ravanelli  Italy FW 1997–1999 84 31
Loïc Rémy  France FW 2010–2013 111 42
Franck Ribéry  France MF 2005–2007 89 18 [12][13]
Jean Robin  France FW 1939–1953 226 74
Julien Rodriguez  France DF 2007–2012 57 4
Sauveur Rodriguez  France FW 1946–1951 164 6
Alaixys Romao  Togo MF 2013– 16 0
Éric Roy  France MF 1996–1999 104 12
Vedran Runje  Croatia GK 2001–2004 103 0
Dominique Rustichelli  France MF 1952–1958 149 37
Mamadou Samassa  Mali FW 2008–2009
2010
33 3
Étienne Sansonetti  France FW 1958–1964 120 40 [14]
Franck Sauzée  France MF 1988–1990
1991–1993
164 39
Albert Sejnera  France DF 1963–1966 101 0
Roger Scotti  France MF 1942–1958 451 65
Josip Skoblar  Yugoslavia FW 1966–1967
1969–1975
210 175 [15]
Modou Sougou  Senegal MF 2013 16 1
Dragan Stojković  Yugoslavia MF 1990–1991
1992–1994
37 5
Taye Taiwo  Nigeria DF 2004–2011 271 25 [16]
André Tassone  France DF 1959–1969 234 2
Jean-Christophe Thomas  France MF 1992–1994 45 1
Jean Tigana  France MF 1989–1991 76 1
Djimi Traoré  Mali DF 2011–2012 20 0
Marius Trésor  France DF 1972–1980 298 12
Mathieu Valbuena  France MF 2006–2014 330 38
Philippe Vercruysse  France MF 1988–1991 131 36
Rudi Völler  Germany FW 1992–1994 73 28
Chris Waddle  England FW 1989–1992 140 27
Sylvain Wiltord  France FW 2009 14 1
Mario Zatelli  France FW 1935–1938
1943–1944
1945–1948
149 99
Boudewijn Zenden  Netherlands MF 2007–2009 76 6
Émile Zermani  France FW 1933–1939 166 52 [17]
Karim Ziani  Algeria MF 2007–2009 68 3
Ronald Zubar  France DF 2006–2009 100 3
Jules Zvunka  France DF 1966–1973 298 0
Victor Zvunka  France DF 1973–1981 295 6

Key to positions[edit]

GK Goalkeeper DF Defender FW Forward MF Midfielder

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ "Les grands joueurs". om.net (in French). 2007-02-21. Archived from the original on 2012-09-07.
  2. ^ Olympique de Marseille's all-time record goalscorer, with 194 goals between 1950 and 1958.
  3. ^ Won UNFP Player of the Year in 2004.
  4. ^ Won France Football French player of the year in 1987.
  5. ^ Won Best European Goalkeeper award and IFFHS World's Best Goalkeeper award in 1996.
  6. ^ Won UNFP Goalkeeper of the Year award in 2008.
  7. ^ Won UNFP Young Player of the Year award in 2007.
  8. ^ Was voted Marseille's "Greatest player of the XXth century".
  9. ^ Won Ballon d'or in 1991.
  10. ^ Won France Football French player of the year award in 1989 and 1991.
  11. ^ Won France Football African Player of the Year award in 1991, 1992 and 1993.
  12. ^ Won UNFP Young Player of the Year award in 2006.
  13. ^ Won France Football French player of the year award in 2007.
  14. ^ Sansonetti scored Marseille's first goal in European football, against R. Union Saint-Gilloise in 1962.
  15. ^ Holds the record for the most league goals scored in one season for Marseille, with 44 in the 1970–1971 season. He won the European Golden Shoe this season.
  16. ^ Won CAF Young Player of the Year award in 2006.
  17. ^ Scored the first goal in the Stade Vélodrome, against Torino FC in 1933.

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