Marc Libbra (born 5 August 1972 in Toulon) is a French former professional footballer, whose previous clubs include Marseille, Norwich City, Toulouse FC and Hibernian. Libbra scored a memorable goal on his debut for Norwich City, coming off the bench to score against Manchester City in August 2001. Seven days later he scored a late winner away at Wimbledon. However, he was unable to maintain such form and was released by the club shortly after the start of the 2002–03 season. Since retiring as a player, Libbra has worked as a football pundit for French television.

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  • Marc Libbra (born 5 August 1972 in Toulon) is a French former professional footballer, whose previous clubs include Marseille, Norwich City, Toulouse FC and Hibernian. Libbra scored a memorable goal on his debut for Norwich City, coming off the bench to score against Manchester City in August 2001. Seven days later he scored a late winner away at Wimbledon. However, he was unable to maintain such form and was released by the club shortly after the start of the 2002–03 season. Since retiring as a player, Libbra has worked as a football pundit for French television. (en)
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  • Marc Libbra (born 5 August 1972 in Toulon) is a French former professional footballer, whose previous clubs include Marseille, Norwich City, Toulouse FC and Hibernian. Libbra scored a memorable goal on his debut for Norwich City, coming off the bench to score against Manchester City in August 2001. Seven days later he scored a late winner away at Wimbledon. However, he was unable to maintain such form and was released by the club shortly after the start of the 2002–03 season. Since retiring as a player, Libbra has worked as a football pundit for French television. (en)
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