Scores Rennes en direct


N’Guema, Stéphane
N’Guessi, Fabrice
Nirlo, Jimmy
- Nomer, Lionel

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13 September 2003
Makhtar N'Diaye

Trained at Stade Rennes’ Academy, Makhtar N'Diaye was quickly considered as one of the most promising young players at the club. His technical skills convinced Paul Le Guen to give him his first start with the first team at only 17. Unfortunately, the promising player would never really confirm at the highest level. In four seasons, he only started around forty matches as a midfielder. Insufficient for Stade Rennes, which loaned N’Diaye to Sedan for one year, but this experience did not revealed really convincing either. Since Laszlo Bölöni didn’t count on him, N’Diaye was finally released as a free agent in February 2005.

21 July 2002

As a physical defensive midfielder, Jimmy Nirlo signed his first professional contract with Stade Rennais. Arrived in July 2006 from his native Franche-Comte, Nirlo has progressively and seriously improved his skills with the reserve team. After winning the French championship of reserve teams with Rennes in May 2007, he signed a professional contract in 2008. After 6 months and no appearances with the first team, he is released by Stade Rennais and signed up with a Greek second-division club.

17 July 2002

Winner of the Best Player award in the Junior African Nations Cup in January 2007, Fabrice N'Guessi arrived in Rennes the following summer, aiming to impress with his technical and physical skills, but also with his goalscoring ability. At the end of a rather average season with the Reserves, learning the ways of European football, he was loaned to Créteil to keep on learning, make his mark in the third division team and maybe brighten his future with Rennes. Unfortunately, his loan spell turned into a nightmare and disciplinary issues came on top of N’Guessi’s poor performances. At the end of his loan spell, N’Guessi didn’t return to Rennes and his contract was eventually terminated. To this date, there is no information regarding Fabrice N’Guessi’s current situation as a professional footballer.

17 July 2002

A 2003 Gambardella Cup winner, Stéphane N’Guema’s early career was plagued by numerous injuries. A really unfortunate situation, as the youngster had been the good surprise of the early 2003-2004 season. He then experienced real difficulties to come back to his best and the professional team, only grabbing rare appearances for three seasons At the end of a perfectly blank 2006-2007 season, he was released on a free transfer and signed a contract with Istres, then playing in National (3rd league)