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Jean-Marc Furlan (born 20 November 1957) is a French football manager who manages Ligue 2 side AJ Auxerre. He played as a sweeper from 1975 to 1993 and has worked as a manager since 1997. From 1975 to 1993, Furlan played 420 games as a professional in the sweeper position. Born in, his career started at FC Girondins de Bordeaux, where he signed his first professional contract in 1975. One year later (1976) he won the Coupe Gambardella (French Under-18 Cup).
Jean-Paul Narcy, French Management consultant. Avocations: running, tennis, skiing, piano. M C. Fellow Les Amis de L'Ecole de Paris, 1993. Lieutenant French Artillery, 1965-1966. Member Ecole Polytechnique Alumni Council (chairperson '63 class since 1964). Narcy, Jean-Paul was born on February 16, 1943 in Alfortville, France. Son of Roger Nicolas and Renee (Becquet) Narcy. Degree in engineering, Ecole Polytechnique, Paris, 1965; Master of Science in Mathematics, New York University, 1968.
Jean-Marc is a French masculine given name. It may refer to : Jean-Marc Adjovi-Bocco (born 1963), a former Beninese football player. Jean-Marc Ayrault (born 1950), a French politician and a member of the French Socialist Party. Jean-Marc Barr (born 1960), a French -American film actor and director. Jean-Marc Berliere, a French historian. Jean-Marc Bosman (born 1964), a former Belgian footballer. Jean-Marc Bustamante (born 1952), a French artist, sculptor and photographer.
Jean-Claude Narcy (born 16 January 1938) is a French journalist and news anchor who has presented the daily news in the evening and at night on TF1. Jean-Claude Narcy was born in Tours in the department of Indre-et-Loire, the son of Marc Louis Georges Narcy, an employee in an agricultural machinery company, and Audette Lachaud, an employee in a clothing company. He is the eldest of five brothers and two sisters, and spent his childhood in a district of Tours.
Jean-Marc Ferreri (born 26 December 1962) is a French former professional footballer who earned 37 caps and scored 3 goals for the France national team. He played in the UEFA Euro 1984, where France won the title, and the 1986 FIFA World Cup, where France finished third. Challenge des Champions: 1986. Coupe de France: 1986–87. UEFA Champions League: 1992–93. UEFA European Championship: 1984.