Dominique Dropsy (9 December 1951 – 7 October 2015) was a French footballer who played as a goalkeeper. He played 596 Ligue 1 matches during 17 seasons, which stood as a record for several years, and won three national championships during his career, two with Bordeaux. Dropsy represented France at the 1978 World Cup.

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  • Dominique Dropsy (9 December 1951 – 7 October 2015) was a French footballer who played as a goalkeeper. He played 596 Ligue 1 matches during 17 seasons, which stood as a record for several years, and won three national championships during his career, two with Bordeaux. Dropsy represented France at the 1978 World Cup. (en)
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  • Dominique Dropsy (9 December 1951 – 7 October 2015) was a French footballer who played as a goalkeeper. He played 596 Ligue 1 matches during 17 seasons, which stood as a record for several years, and won three national championships during his career, two with Bordeaux. Dropsy represented France at the 1978 World Cup. (en)
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