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Wendie Renard
Gender Female
Ethnic French
Job French Footballer
Desc Wendie Renard was at the heart of the Lyon defence that conceded just six league goals in 22 games in 2018/19. Her specialities are not just limited to the backline, though. The towering defender’s four goals, three of which were headers, helped France to the Women’s World Cup quarter-finals

Affiliation

Club as Player France Women National Team
  Lyon

2019 01 19 Retrieve

[Wendie Renard speaks about importance of the upcoming FIFA Women’s World Cup] Each generation fights for the following ones

2019 06 08 Retrieve

[Defender Wendie Renard praised her team-mates and French fans after her brace helped lead France to a 4-0 win over South Korea in the opening game of the 2019 Women’s World Cup] We knew very well that we would take a breath of emotions tonight. We managed well, when we have 45,000 people singing La Marseillaise, we can only transcend. We have used the fans to make a good start. In World Cup, I have never scored. It’s really good on a personal level. Collectively these are very important goals just before half-time.

2019 06 12 Retrieve

[Hosts France got the tournament underway with an emphatic 4-0 win over South Korea. Wendie Renard expressed her delight with her brace after the game] I had never scored a goal in the World Cup. It is really good on a personal level. These two goals were also very important collectively, because they arrived just before half-time, which is great for confidence

2019 07 03 Retrieve

[Wendie Renard said after Lyon’s latest Champions League triumph] Before the match, I told Shanice van de Sanden to stick to her qualities because she was asking too many questions. With that, she hurt the opponent and she delivered two good passes

2020 01 04 Retrieve

[Lyon and France defender Wendie Renard has appealed for help after losing a trophy for being named in FIFA’s team of the year on a train] Yesterday, I took the Paris-Lyon train at 9:56am (non-stop) and I arrived at 12:00 at Part-Dieu station [in Lyon]. Unfortunately for me, I forgot my cabin suitcase and in it I was carrying my trophies (France Football and The Best). I realised this once I got home, so I left and went back to Perrache Station. The reception desk handed me the suitcase, but The Best trophy was no longer inside. For my part, I did what I had to. But I count on SNCF [France’s national railway company] staff to help me find the trophy