Rémi Garde
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Personal information
Full name Rémi Garde
Date of birth 3 April 1966 (1966-04-03) (age 54)
Place of birth    L'Arbresle, Flag of France France
Height 5 ft 9 in (1.75 m)
Playing position Defensive midfielder / Centre back
Senior clubs
Years Club App (Gls)
1987–1993
1993–1996
1996–1999
Total
Flag of France Lyon
Flag of France Strasbourg
Flag of England Arsenal
146 0(22)
068 00(3)
031 00(0)
245 0(25)   
National team
1990–1992 Flag of France France 0000(0)
Teams managed
2011–2014
2015–2016
Flag of France Lyon
Flag of England Aston Villa

Rémi Garde (born 3 April 1966) is a French professional football coach and former player.

He played as a defender and defensive midfielder, spending most of his career with his first club Lyon, with whom he won the 1988–89 French Division 2. In 1993 he moved to Strasbourg, reaching the Coupe de France final and winning the UEFA Intertoto Cup in his second season. He joined Arsenal in 1996, where he won the 1997–98 FA Premier League before retiring through injury a year later. Garde was capped by the France national team, featuring in their squad at UEFA Euro 1992.

After retiring, he worked as a coach and assistant manager at Lyon, before taking the managerial position there in 2011. He won the Coupe de France and Trophée des Champions the following year, and left in 2014 for personal reasons. He was hired by Aston Villa in November 2015, but left in March 2016 after five months in charge of the team.

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Aston Villa Football Club - Managers

Ramsay (1884–1926) • Smith (1926–34) • McMullan (1934–35) • Hogan (1936–39) • Massie (1945–50) • Martin (1950–53) • Houghton (1953–58) • Mercer (1958–64) • D. Taylor (1964–67) • Cummings (1967–68) • Docherty (1968–70) • Crowe (1970–74) • Saunders (1974–82) • Barton (1982–84) • Turner (1984–86) • McNeill (1986–87) • G. Taylor (1987–90) • Venglos (1990–91) • Atkinson (1991–94) • Little (1994–98) • Gregory (1998–2002) • G. Taylor (2002–03) • O'Leary (2003–06) • O'Neill (2006–10) • Houllier (2010–11) • McLeish (2011–12) • Lambert (2012–15) • Sherwood (2015) • Garde (2015–16) • Di Matteo (2016) • Bruce (2016–)

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France – UEFA Euro 1992

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