Voluptuous Péricard
Fifa Name V. Péricard
Position Forward
First Seen #1: What's Wrong with the American Economy?
Last Seen #165: Anxiety
Starts 21
Substitutions 8
Goals 12
Voluptuous Péricard was a footballer for the Swindon Town Swoodilypoopers. He is one of the secondary strikers. He has a lot of courage and is known as a family man.

The Miracle of Swindon TownEdit

Personal LifeEdit

Voluptuous was born in the Ivory Coast (around 1979), so he speaks French. During the off season he goes home to his family who still lives there. He has nine siblings, three of whom play professional football. His sister plays for the Ivory Coast National Team and plays in France professionally. He is not the best player amongst his siblings. His younger brother plays for FC Lyon and the Ivory Coast National Team, which has caused sibling rivalry as he is seen as the lesser brother. He has been married to his wife Alice (who comes to every game as she is a huge Swoodilypooper supporter) since he was 17 and is very devoted to her. He has two young sons who he has encouraged never to become professional sports players. He would prefer if they both became engineers who are embarrassed by their father's profession. They occaisonally come to watch him play and sometimes joined him on the pitch. He is a huge Liverpool fan.

One of Péricard's sons passed his A-Levels in the summer of 2013 and is going to the Univeristy of Cambridge.

Péricard left the Swoodilypoopers at the end of the 2013 - 2014 season because he and Alice decided that they needed more money for the family. The manager supported his decision.

Football CareerEdit

Voluptuous was one of the orignial Swoodilypoopers.

Péricard was one of the main people behind the "hullabaloo" that happened near the end of the 2012-2013 season, where some players got upset that they probably weren't going to be playing as much as they would like when the Swoodilypoopers were promoted to the Premier League.

He left the Swoodilypoopers at the end of the 2013-2014 season and moved to a Championship side where he is getting paid twice as much as he was with the Swoodilypoopers.


He was injured in the 2012-2013 Season in a match against Crystal Palace, so was out for 25 days.


Vincent Péricard at Wikipedia.

Vincent Péricard at SoFIFA.