Franck Sauzée (born October 28, 1965) is a former French professional footballer.
Sauzée’s best achievement was a Champions Cup winners medal with Marseille in 1992-93. Despite his success in France he is probably most highly regarded by the fanatical supporters of Scottish club Hibernian for whom he was club captain until the end of his playing career. Under his guidance as captain, Hibernian regained their place in the Scottish Premier League and got to the Scottish Cup final. They also finished third in the league thereby qualifying for the UEFA Cup where they were eventually beaten by AEK Athens.
He is a legend at Easter Road, where he is known as “Le God” and “Dieu”. He was loved and still is by the Hibs fans, and he loved them back. One of his greatest moments at Hibs was in the 3-0 Millienium derby win against Hearts in which he scored and ran the full length of the pitch to celebrate with the fans. After the departure of manager Alex McLeish to Rangers, Sauzee was appointed manager of Hibernian. However, following an unsuccessful two months in charge he was sacked and replaced by Kilmarnock manager Bobby Williamson. He promptly returned to France.
Sauzée played 39 times for France and was part of their Euro 92 squad.