Former players

Goalkeepers

- Fabrice Catherine
- Aurélien Hérisson
- Andreas Isaksson
- Patrice Luzi
- Florent Petit
- Simon Pouplin
- Christophe Revault

Defenders

- Lucien Aubey
- Adailton
- Carlos Bocanegra
- Guillaume Borne
- Grégory Bourillon
- Amadou Coulibaly
- Elderson Uwa Echiejile
- Erik Edman
- Rod Fanni
- Jacques Faty
- Petter Hansson
- Maxime Le Marchand
- Gilbert Manier
- John Mensah
- Mario Melchiot
- Prince Oniangue
- Abdeslam Ouaddou
- Jean-Joël Perrier-Doumbé
- Yoann Pivaty
- Alain Rochat
- Laszlo Sepsi
- Arthur Sorin
- Djimi Traoré

Midfielders

- Cédric Barbosa
- Bruno Cheyrou
- Étienne Didot
- Papakouli Diop
- Yoann Gourcuff
- Junichi Inamoto
- Cyril Jeunechamp
- Kim Källström
- Felix Katongo
- Stéphane Mbia
- Arnold Mvuemba
- Jimmy Nirlo
- Olivier Sorlin

Forwards

- Ismaël Bangoura
- Jimmy Briand
- Emerson
- Julian Esteban
- Alexander Frei
- Asamoah Gyan
- Youssouf Hadji
- Yohann Lasimant
- Damien Le Tallec
- Hicham M’Laab
- Olivier Monterrubio
- Benjamin Moukandjo
- Daniel Moreira
- Stéphane N’Guéma
- Mickaël Pagis
- Moussa Sow
- Olivier Thomert
- John Utaka
- Sylvain Wiltord

Staff technique

- André Amitrano
- Laszlo Bölöni
- Landry Chauvin
- Guy Lacombe
- Christophe Lollichon
- Alain Ravera
- Philippe Redon
- Joaquim Rolao Preto
- Christian Schmidt
- Michel Sorin

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17 August 2010
Twelve former Rennes players without a club

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1 January 2005
Jean-Luc Ribar

Trained in AS Saint-Étienne, Jean-Luc Ribar becomes professional when « Les Verts » suffers from the consequences of the « black cashbox » case. However, the relegation of ASSE in second division is for him the occasion to obtain more play time. He become quickly a pillar of the team in midfield and contributes to the accession in D1. In 1987, he finally leaves Saint- Étienne for Lille, but his adventure is quite short, since one year later, he moves for Brittany and signs for Quimper, which plays in D2. There, again, he only stays one year in Finistère and is recruited by a more ambitious club: Stade Rennes. The team managed by Raymond Keruzoré is trying to access to D1 and will achieve this with Ribar as a regular player in midfield. He becomes irremovable in Rennes’ organization and stays there during the two years in D1 (1990-1991 and 1991-1992) and the two next years in D2. After the accession of the club in D1 in 1994, he unfortunately has to stop his career because of a major injury. For his reconversion, he manages a sport shop, first in Rennes and then in Roanne, his birth place, before finally managing a cleaning firm.

1 January 2005
André Amitrano

Goalkeepers' trainer, former goalkeeper himself, André Amitrano has joined Stade Rennais in November 2007, to replace Christophe Lollichon gone to Chelsea. Amitrano who met Pierre Dréossi when he was playing for AS Cannes has made all his career on the Côte d'Azur with only a break in Guingamp where he followed Alain Ravera. When he arrived for the second time in Britanny, he took in charge of the goalkeepers of Rennes' professional team. In June 2009, he followed Guy Lacombe to Monaco.

1 January 2005
Papakouli Diop

Papakouli Diop, 20 year-old young Senegalese, arrived in Brittany in 2004 after playing a few years in his native country. Endowed with strong athletic potential and technical skills, Diop made Landry Chauvin and his reserve team happy during a few years before joining the professional squad in 2006. After his debut with the first team during the first round of Ligue 1, Papakouli is finally sent out on loan to Tours FC, in Ligue 2, to gain more top level playtime. Not really used at the start of the season, then badly injured, he made an average season with his new club. Stade Rennais then decided not to extend his contract and let him go free after the 2006-2007 season. The young Senegalese player then decided to stay in Tours, and 6 months later left for Spain.

1 January 2005
1 January 2005

Although Laszlo Bölöni has accomplished most of his career as a player in Romania (he even won a Champion’s league with Steaua Bucharest), it is in France that he spent most of his coach career (first for Nancy, then for Stade Rennais). Before joining the “Red & Blacks”, he was in charge of the Romanian national team (2000). One year later, he became the head coach of Sporting Portugal with which he was champion and winner of the national cup in the same year (2002). As the head coach for Rennes, Laszlo Bölöni has led the club to a UEFA cup qualification with a fourth place in the French League 1 (2004-2005).

1 January 2005

Former player for AS Vitré, Landry Chauvin has been the coach for Stade Rennais reserve team for a long period of time. He had the best players of Rennes’ academy under his command, loads of them becoming professional later. Appointed assistant-coach of the professional team in June 2007, he has chosen to leave the club in December the same year, after the appointment of Guy Lacombe as the head coach of the first team.

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