Bacary Sagna

Bacary Sagna was born in Sens, France on Feb. 14, 1983. Played as an excellent right-back, he began playing football from FC Sens. In 2005, he became an integral part of the squad Auxerre, accumulating 87 Ligue 1 matches. Not only become he the best right-back, but also he was nicknamed “Mr. Reliable” for outstanding performances, superb techniques and great achievements on football fields.

In 2007, he transferred to Arsenal to develop his football career better. In Jul. 2009, he accomplished his first appearance for Arsenal in a friendly match at the Bad Waltersdorf Stadion. After served for the football club, he transferred to Manchester City with a three-year contract. For outstanding performances in many matches, he was promoted to the senior team. In 2007, he earned his first senior international cap for France in a friendly match against Slovakia as a substitute. In 2008, he played at a friendly match against Sweden. Since then, he became a regular in the French senior team for the 2010 FIFA World Cup.

Aymeric Laporte

Aymeric Laporte was born in Agen, France on May 27, 1994. Played as a professional center back for club Athletic Bilbao and French national football team, he experienced numerous minor tournaments and abroad matches, even some significant international competitions. When he was five years old, he started playing football at SU Agen Football. In 2010, he joined in Athletic’s youth system formally, going on his football playing career.

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From 2012, Laporte began cutting a striking figure in various matches for his superb techniques, stamina, dynamic energy and consistency. In Dec. 2012, he accomplished his first appearance in a La Liga match. After this match, he was promoted to the first-team, with a new contract that will be expired in 2015. In addition, he, on behalf of the senior France, played for the FIFA World Cup qualification in 2018. Although he decaled that he reluctant to play for the Spain national football team, he did not joined in either Spain side or France side.