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"We called him Bioman so unbeatable": French football mourns the disappearance of Christophe Revault

2021-05-08T01:33:35.173Z

Considered one of the best goalkeepers in Ligue 1 during the 90s, Christophe Revault, passed through Le Havre, PSG, Rennes or Toul



Former goalkeeper, Christophe Revault, passed through Le Havre (1995-1997 then 2007-2010), PSG (1997-1998), Rennes 1998-2000 then 2006-2007) and Toulouse 2000-2006) died this Thursday in the age of 49.

The current recruiter from Le Havre was discovered lifeless at his home.

The circumstances of this tragedy are not yet known.

Revault has always been unanimous wherever he has gone through his human qualities.

The announcement of his death caused a wave of emotion this Thursday evening.

Extracts.

Michel Denisot, the former president of PSG, was thus one of the first to express his “deep sadness on learning of the death of Christophe Revault, an honest man and great goalkeeper of French football and PSG”.

Jérémie Janot, former great goalkeeper of the Greens of Saint-Etienne, admits to him not having "the words".

“I had boundless admiration for the man we nicknamed Robocop,” he tweeted.

He's made fantastic saves his entire career.

A guardian and an extraordinary man.

Rest in peace my Christophe.

"

World champion with the Blues, Benjamin Mendy is grateful to him with the man who allowed him to start as a pro.

"My first professional contract, thank you for everything, Monsieur Revault".

My first professional contract 💙 thank you for everything Mr. Revault 🙏🏿🙏🏿🙏🏿 pic.twitter.com/u9amti2kez

- Benjamin Mendy (@ benmendy23) May 6, 2021

“Christophe Revault was first and foremost a childhood friend, we did our training together, I am very moved,” continues Vikash Dhorasoo on the Chaîne l'Equipe.

I remember the preparations for matches, we always felt very precise, very tense and at the same time very focused, he was a great goalkeeper.

We called him Bioman in the locker room because he was so unbeatable and impassable.

It is for these reasons that he went to Paris-SG.

He then returned to Le Havre where he was an important player, he served the club a lot.

The supporters of the club must be very sad today.

"

Other former teammates, such as Jamel Aït Ben Idir in Le Havre, continued the tribute.

“The Le Havre family is losing an emblematic player.

A true friend, very sensitive and very attached to Le Havre.

Rest in peace.

"

Without forgetting its former clubs, which communicated very quickly.

PSG has thus expressed its "immense sadness", just like Toulouse FC, which salutes a goalkeeper who "marked the history of our club by his absolute loyalty, his irreproachable mentality and his peerless talent.

"

“Child of La Cavée Verte, Sky and Navy icon, it is a huge Monsieur du HAC who leaves us and leaves the club orphaned by one of its most brilliant HACMan.

All our thoughts are with his family and his two children, ”his heart club concluded on Twitter.

Source: leparis

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