Franck Jurietti

Franck Jurietti (born on March 30 1975) is a French football defender, who has been playing for the club of Bordeaux since 2003.

Club career

Jurietti's professional career started at Lyon, having already been part of their youth team. However, he didn't get to play a single game and was transferred to Gueugnon at the end of the season. There he achieved promotion to Division 1 for his first year at the club, and on July 19 1995, he played his first Ligue 1 against Metz. At the end of the season, Gueugnon were again relegated, and, after one more year in Ligue 2 where they were unable to achieve back promotion, Jurietti left the club to SC Bastia, where he stayed for three years. In 2000, he was transferred to Monaco where he was never quite able to settle and after 6 months, he was loaned for the rest of the season to rivals Marseille. He returned to Monaco for one more season but was then quickly transferred to Bordeaux, the club in which he has arguably been the most successful so far, finishing twice runner-up in the championship and winning one Coupe de la Ligue. His contract expires in 2009.

International career

In 2005, after an excellent start of season with Bordeaux, Jurietti was called up by Raymond Domenech for the French national team. On October 12, 2005, Jurietti made his debut during the 4-0 victory against Cyprus but played for only five seconds in what is his only international game to date, which makes him the French player with the shortest international career ever.


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