Blaise Matuidi
Special edition
85017 3MA ARBUNM
Claude Bernard automatic wide opening
Blaise Matuidi Special Edition
  • Swiss made
    Stainless steel 316L
    40,5 mm
    Double open heart
    Blue coated hands and index
    Hand assembled
    Scratch-resistant sapphire crystal
    Waterproofness 50 m
    CB autoamtic Caliber 85 (SW 200)
    Transparent caseback with Blaise Matuidi's signature
    Genuine leather with buckle
63003 3 AINM / Silver edition63003 3 NINM/ Black edition
Claude Bernard BIG DATE
Blaise Matuidi Special Edition
  • Swiss made
    Stainless steel 316L
    40,5 mm
    Hand assembled
    Sapphire Glass
    Waterproofness 50 m
    CB Caliber 63 (Ronda 6003)
    Genuine leather with buckle
    Black or silver cadran with Blaise Matuidi's signature

Blaise Matuidi

Blaise Matuidi

Blaise Matuidi ,born 9 April 1987, is a French international footballer who currently plays for French club PSG in Ligue 1 as a central midfielder. He is described as a "fierce and strong tackler."

Marathon man

Matuidi is a former French youth international, having represented his nation at under-19 and under-21 level. In August 2010, Matuidi was called up to the senior team for the first time under new manager Laurent Blanc. He made his international debut in September 2010 in a UEFA Euro 2012 qualifying match against Bosnia and Herzegovina.

Unique Carreer

Matuidi began his football career playing for amateur clubs in the Île-de-France region, such as US Fontenay-sous-Bois and CO Vincennois. In 1999, he was selected to attend the prestigious Clairefontaine academy. After departing Clairefontaine, Matuidi joined semi-professional club Créteil and spent three years developing in the club's youth academy. In 2004, he signed with professional club Troyes and made his professional debut in the 2004–05 season. After three seasons with Troyes, Matuidi joined Saint-Étienne. With Saint-Étienne, he played European football for the first time after participating in the 2008–09 editionof the UEFA Cup. In the 2009–10 season, he was named first-choice captain under manager Alain Perrin. In July 2011, after four seasons with Saint-Étienne, Matuidi transferred to Paris Saint-Germain on a three-year deal.

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