Youri Djorkaeff Net Worth

Youri Djorkaeff Net Worth is
$30 Million

Youri Djorkaeff Biography

income and Youri Djorkaeff Net Well worth: Youri Djorkaeff is a former French international footballer (soccer participant) who includes a net value of $30 million dollars. Throughout his profession as a footballer he accumulated 82 caps and have scored 28 goals for France. The charity benefited the structure of community centers in villages throughout Artsakh and agricultural advancement in the Tavush Area. Born on March 9, 1968 in Lyon, France, he performed as a forwards or as an attacking midfielder during his profession as a new player. He also performed for his nation of France in UEFA Euro 1996 and the 2002 FIFA World Glass. Djorkaeff ‘s brother, Micha Djorkaeff, was a also a specialist football participant. Youri and Micha will be the sons of previous participant Jean Djorkaeff. In 2012, he hosted a phone-a-thon for Armenia, kept in European countries. Youri retired from soccer (soccer) on October 29, 2006 after getting sidelined in the next leg of the MLS Eastern Meeting semi-finals due to an ankle damage. During his stint with the French nationwide group, Djorkaeff won the 1998 FIFA World Glass and the Euro 2000. Furthermore, portion of the proceeds had been to be focused on providing urgent help to the Syrian-Armenian community. Djorkaeff also released a singing one known as Vivre dans Ta Lumière (meaning Surviving in Your Light in English).

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Quick Facts

Full NameYouri Djorkaeff
Net Worth$30 Million
Date Of BirthMarch 9, 1968
Height1.79 m
Weight72 kg
ProfessionSoccer Player
SpouseSophie Djorkaeff
ChildrenSacha Djorkaeff, Oan Djorkaeff
ParentsMary Ohanian, Jean Djorkaeff
SiblingsMicha Djorkaeff, Denis Djorkaeff

Interesting Facts

1 Joined Premiership club Blackburn Rovers following the expiry of his contract with Bolton. [October 2004]
2 Plays for Bolton Wanderers in England [February 2002]
3 Joined New York/New Jersey Metrostars in the American Major Soccer League [February 2005]
4 Joined Bolton Wanderers on a free transfer in February 2002 in what was one of the club's biggest deals in history. The former World Cup and European Championship winner played a big part in helping the Trotters avoid relegation where he has remained a key figure since. Has captained Bolton on a number of occasions when Jay-Jay Okocha is on international duty.
5 Has three children: Sacha, Oan and Angelica.
6 His mother is from Armenia and his father is from Russia (Kalmyk).
7 World and European Champion honours in July 1998 and July 2000 with the French team. He also played for France in the 2002 World Cup.
8 Son of a former professional and international soccer player, Jean Djorkaeff, who played for France in the 1966 World Cup and also coached the Armenian national team.



Salut les Terriens 2006 TV Series Himself
Café Picouly 2006 TV Series Himself
Tout le monde en parle 2000-2006 TV Series Himself
Le grand journal de Canal+ 2006 TV Series documentary Himself
2000 UEFA European Football Championship 2000 TV Mini-Series Himself
Les yeux dans les Bleus 1998 TV Movie documentary Himself
XVI FIFA World Cup 1998 1998 TV Mini-Series Himself - France
1996 UEFA European Football Championship 1996 TV Series Himself

Archive Footage

The Story of Football 2002 Video documentary Himself - 1998 World Cup Final

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