JPP

(redirected from Jean Pierre Papin)
AcronymDefinition
JPPJason Pierre-Paul (football player)
JPPJ'en Peux Plus (French: I Can Do More)
JPPJapan Polypropylene Corporation (Mitsubishi Chemical Corporation)
JPPJapan Pulp and Paper (various locations)
JPPJournal of Propulsion and Power (US Air Force Research Laboratory)
JPPJean Pierre Papin (French football player/manager)
JPPJust Push Play (Aerosmith album)
JPPJim Parsons Project (band coalition)
JPPJournal of Prisoners on Prisons
JPPJoão Pedro Pais (singer, Portugal)
JPPJoint Program Plan
JPPJoint Planning Process
JPPJones Point Park (Alexandria, VA)
JPPJoint Permit Processing
JPPJubilee Primary School (Gold Coast, Australia)
JPPJames Patrick Page (British guitarist)
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And that put him up alongside World Cup legends Jean Pierre Papin and Just Fontaine at equal fifth in the all-time list.
The Serie A side have lined up some of their biggest names - including Ruud Gullit, Jean Pierre Papin, Paolo Maldini and Franco Baresi - to take part in the charity match against a team of Rangers greats on March 30.
"It was a great experience to be playing against the likes of Christian Vieri for Atletico Madrid and Jean Pierre Papin for Bordeaux.
French legend Jean Pierre Papin has rejected an offer to join Chelsea's coaching staff.
``Laydeeez and gennelmen, let's hear it for Ian Rush, Karl Heinz Riedle, Jean Pierre Papin and, of course, the LEGEND, Jiiiiim Leishmaaaan!''
Others mentioned were Stefano Eranio, Jean Pierre Papin, Dejan Savicevic, Christian Pa nucci, Mauro Tassotti, Gianluigi Lentini and Nando De Napoli.
Comparisons with Old Trafford's goalscoring legend Denis Law and even French ace Jean Pierre Papin have been made already but Solskjaer - who prefers to shun the limelight - isn't taking any chances with his new-found fame.
Forwards: Massimo Agostini, Ibou Ba, Paolo Di Canio, Maurizio Ganz, Ruud Gullit, Graziano Mannari, Daniele Massaro, Jean Pierre Papin, Florin Raducioiu, Marco Simone.
"They had a great team with players such as Jean Pierre Papin, Abede Pele, Rudi Voller and, of course, Franck Sauzee.
FRENCH legend Jean Pierre Papin insists Scottish players must be given time to adapt to Dunfermline's new artificial pitch.