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Bruno Martini

Bruno Martini (born 25 January 1962) is a French retired footballer who played as a goalkeeper.

His professional career was closely associated with Auxerre, for which he played 13 years. Having gained more than 30 caps for France during nine years, Martini represented the nation in two European Championships.

Football career

Born in Challuy, Nevers, Martini started playing professionally for AJ Auxerre. After a loan stint with AS Nancy he took the place of Paris Saint-Germain FC-bound Joël Bats, going on to appear in 322 Ligue 1 games while also helping it to a 1992–93 semifinal run in the UEFA Cup.

Martini left the squad in the season prior to the 1995–96 conquest of the double, pushed to the sidelines by Lionel Charbonnier. He finished his career in 1999 at 37, after four seasons with Montpellier HSC.

Martini played 31 times with France, and participated at the UEFA European Championship in 1992 (as a starter) and 1996. Immediately after his retirement, he started serving as goalkeeping coach for the national side.

External links

  • Bruno Martini – French League Stats at (French)
  • AJ Auxerre statistics (French)
  • AJ Auxerre archives (French)
  • French Federation profile (French)
  • at

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