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    • During his last match with the rival Guingamp, the invasion of the lawn by the exasperated Brest supporters forces David Ginola to call for calm so that the match can resume.Stade Brestois 29-Wikipedia
    • The success of the team was in part due to the attacking talent of players like David Ginola, Les Ferdinand and Alan Shearer, who was signed on 30 July 1996 for a then world record fee of £15 million.Newcastle United F.C.-Wikipedia
    • Despite a succession of managers and players such as Teddy Sheringham, Jürgen Klinsmann and David Ginola, for a long period in the Premier League until the late 2000s, Spurs finished mid-table most seasons with few trophies won.Tottenham Hotspur F.C.-Wikipedia
    • Cantona, Papin and David Ginola lost their places in the squad and were never selected for the French team again, thus missing Euro 96.Eric Cantona-Wikipedia
    • 15 July 1997 – Liverpool sign Crewe Alexandra midfielder Danny Murphy for £3million and Tottenham Hotspur sign Newcastle United winger David Ginola for £2million.1997–98 in English football-Wikipedia
    • In late 2005 he had his trademark ponytail cut off on live television for charity, which ended negotiatory talks with such companies as L'Oréal who wanted to sponsor his hair as they had with David Ginola.David Seaman-Wikipedia

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