Barthez

Barthez is a surname and may refer to:

  • Fabien Barthez (born 1971), French FIFA World Cup winning goalkeeper
  • Paul Joseph Barthez (1734-1806), French physician, physiologist, and encyclopaedist
  • Barthez Battalion, a group of fictional characters in the popular Beyblade anime and manga series

Other articles related to "barthez":

Lee Wong - Teams - Season Three - Barthez Battalion
... The Barthez Battalion is a group of fictional characters in the popular Beyblade anime and manga series ... of Miguel, Mathilda, Aaron, Claude and their coach Barthez ... The Barthez Battalion was introduced to the Bladebreakers through the television, when it was announced that they have knocked the Majestics out of the championship ...
Grégory Coupet - International Career
... He was called up for the 2002 World Cup as the backup to Fabien Barthez, but did not play ... France's first-choice goalie for the World Cup Coupet received 69 percent of the votes (Barthez received 28 percent) ... in the 2006 World Cup qualifying rounds, coach Raymond Domenech surprisingly elected Barthez as his number one, which would relegate Coupet to the bench once again ...
Fabien Barthez - International Career - 2006 World Cup
... of the World Cup qualifying campaign after Barthez's suspension ... L'Equipe reported after the World Cup that Barthez would have walked out of the squad had he not been named the starter ... Fortunately, Barthez's team found their form and won their final round robin match 2–0 to advance to the next stage, where they upset heavily favoured Spain 3–1 in the round of 16 ...
Barthez Battalion
... The Barthez Battalion is a group of fictional characters in the popular Beyblade anime and manga series ... Mathilda, Aaron, Claude and their coach Barthez ... The Barthez Battalion was introduced to the Bladebreakers through the television, when it was announced that they have knocked the Majestics out of the championship ...
Fabien Barthez - Club Career - Comeback
... On 17 December 2006, Barthez announced his return to football by signing a contract with French Ligue 1 side FC Nantes Atlantique, who were lacking an experienced goalkeeper following Mickaël Landreau's move to Paris ... that following an altercation with a Nantes fan, Barthez had left the city with his family ... The next day, Barthez confirmed that he had quit the team, and the club terminated his contract ...