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Name Djibril Cisse
Gender Male
Ethnic French
Job French Footballer
Desc Djibril Cisse was born on 12 August 1981 in France. He followed Islam till the year 2007 and converted to Christianity. Cisse’s conversion to Christianity is believed to be under the influence of Jude Litter who was his wife at that point of time

Affiliation

Org France National Team
Club as Player JS Saint-Pierroise
  Bastia FC
  Kuban Krasnodar
  Al Gharafa [Loan]
  Queens Park Rangers
  Lazio
  Panathinaikos
  Sunderland [Loan]
  Marseille
  Marseille [Loan]
  Liverpool FC
  Auxerre FC

Reltionship

Son Cassius Cisse

2015 10 13 Retrieve

[The progamme showed Ms Cisse, who celebrated her divorce with a party and three-tiered cake depicting a headless groom, shopping for a Porsche. Cisse was particularly angry that his former partner had allowed their three children to be filmed] Omg u go crying that u dont have enought money to raise the kids and u go flasing on cars f……. Joke u r a disgrace. Dont worry i will tell my side of the story u cant full people like this u punk. Showing off the kids on national tv what a joke this is a f….. Disgrace i will not accept this c***

2017 02 11 Retrieve

[Djibril Cisse announces his post-football career plans] I have loved being a footballer. Up until now, the ball was my whole life. I’m going to give myself, body and soul to my career as a DJ, a producer, and as a pundit, as well as develop my line of clothing. Thank you for all your support. The adventure continues, another life begins. A lion never dies

2017 03 04 Retrieve

[Djibril Cisse tells that Steven Gerrard will make a great manager] It’s in his DNA, he was talking to us, trying to make us feel like we could give our best. I think he will be a great manager. I don’t know if that’s what he wants to do, but he’s at the academy and it’s a great start for him and I see him as a manager. At half-time, Rafa did a speech. He tried to boost and tried to put us back in the game. He was really optimistic. But what really changed the game was Stevie’s speech. He asked nicely to the staff to be alone with the players and he said that he is a Liverpool kid, always been his club, he didn’t want to see his club being like this, being humiliated and he said if we scored in the first 15 minutes, we would win the game and he’s the guy who scored the first goal. He gave the best captain’s speech I ever heard in my career. He asked everyone to leave, including Rafa, he just asked to be with the players. That’s what gave us the power to go and win the game. You need to have some balls to do this