9 Facts About David Ginola

1. On 30 May 2016, David Ginola was discharged from hospital and returned home, thanking people on Twitter for their "incredible messages of love and affection".

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2. In 2008, David Ginola received a silver medal at the International Wine Challenge for a rose wine produced at his vineyard in Provence.

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3. In 2003, David Ginola played himself, announcing the results for the first Euro Lottery.

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4. In 2000, David Ginola made a cameo appearance in the first episode of the ITV drama series At Home with the Braithwaites.

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5. In 1987, David Ginola played for the France under-21 team at the Toulon Tournament.

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6. In 2002, David Ginola signed for Everton playing five games for the club before retiring in May 2002, just after David Moyes took over as manager.

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7. In July 2000, David Ginola joined Aston Villa for a transfer fee of £3 million.

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8. In the summer of 1995, David Ginola decided to leave France.

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9. On 16 January 2015, David Ginola announced his intention to run for the FIFA presidency.

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