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When I was younger, about 22 years old, I had an appalling crush on Kyle Mac Lachlan. He played a youthful God of the Universe who had to master riding huge worms in order to defeat evil. Then he was the youthful all-American suburban kid who found the severed ear in Blue Velvet. They were good at golf and music, not football and baseball.
It was also mad, an art-house success, and I loved it too. He played FBI agent Dale Cooper, who had to solve the murder of Laura Palmer via a few backwardsspeaking dwarves and a lady carrying logs. I really loved it but mostly, I think, because I loved Mac Lachlan. "I think we stuck out," says Mac Lachlan, "and I found it difficult.
“He said I needed to go back to France and I understood that.” Retirement followed in April 2007 following an altercation with a Nantes supporter, which prompted Barthez to swap football for motor racing.
He is now a driver for the Sofrev ASP team in France, and a successful one at that.
Unknown to outsiders at the time, issues in Barthez’s personal life – his mother had been diagnosed with cancer in France – began to affect his performances, prompting Ferguson to allow the goalkeeper regular trips home to visit his his mother.