Ronald Zubar

Zubar in the jersey of the Wolves (2010)

Ronald Zubar ( born September 20, 1985 in Les Abymes, Guadeloupe ) is a French football player. Since January 2013, the defender is at AC Ajaccio under contract.



Zubar, who had played as a young man still in the storm, began in 2002 his professional career as a 17 -year-old at SM Caen in Ligue 2 In his first season he managed only seven missions, but could the following year to play in the starting eleven. In the 2003 /04 season he rose to the highest Caen in French league, the Ligue 1, on. But a year later the club got off again. However, the team reached the final of the Coupe de la Ligue. With this final 1:2 was lost to Racing Strasbourg. Zubar was yet another season, before he moved to Olympique Marseille in the summer of 2006. Previously he was elected to the crew of the best players in the 2005/06 season in Ligue 2. In his new employer he could quickly take root and denied in his first year 34 league games for the South of France. With Zubar in central defense, the club was able to reach the final of the French Cup and finish the season as runner-up. For the season 2009/10 he moved to England to Wolverhampton Wanderers. In January 2013 he returned to his native France for AC Ajaccio, with whom he celebrated relegation in Ligue 1 to the end of the season.


Zubar was national player of various junior national teams of France. With the U-17, he reached the final of the European Championship, where you had to bend with 2:4 in a penalty shootout the team of Switzerland in 2002.


Ronald Zubars brother Stéphane is also a professional footballer.