Nicolas Anelka got married: who is his wife Barbara Tausia?

Long considered the enfant terrible of football, Nicolas Anelka returns to our screens this Wednesday, August 5. The giant Netflix dedicates a whole documentary “Anelka, the misunderstood” to him. He returns to the footballer’s many blows of blood and more precisely to the exchange with Raymond Domenech in the locker room during the 2010 World Cup in South Africa. The tone rose between the coach and the player, even leading to insults. Insults that will end the next day on the cover of L’Équipe magazine. Faced with the media tornado generated by the leak of this dispute, Estelle Denis’s husband asked Nicolás Anelka to publicly apologize. What she rejected. A few hours later, he was on the plane, fired from what will have been the last world of his career.

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Since then, the footballer has removed his crampons, but still remains close to the field. On the occasion of the premiere of the documentary, Nicolas Anelka entrusted the Parisian with his future in the world of football. “I am passing my coaching diplomas and I give myself a year or two to enter this new position.” Meanwhile, the former PSG striker enjoys his family moments. In the columns of the Journal du Dimanche, Nicolas Anelka had made some revelations about his private life. “I take advantage of my three children (Kaïs, 8 years old, Kahil, 7 years old, and Lina, 3 years old, editor’s note)”. Children born from his union with the choreographer Barbara Tausia with whom he has been married since 2007. And the mother has more than one string in her bow. He is also a singer and has collaborated with MC Solaar in particular. In 2006, Barbara Tausia created an event and public relations box in Paris, “Between Agency”, where she serves clients such as Jay-Z, P. Diddy and Paris Saint-Germain.

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