|Born||Nov 30, 1920|
|Dead||Jul 3, 1997 (76 years old)|
Albert Monnier was born in the Doubs region, near Sochaux, in the East of France. He signed for Stade Rennais for the 1946/1947 season, having played for AS Cannes for a number of seasons. As a forward, playing mostly on the left wing, he would only make two appearances as a professional with the Red and Blacks. It didn't stop him, however, from scoring on Matchday 18 in a First Division fixture against Bordeaux. His 51st Minute striker was enough to seal his side a 1-0 win. Nonetheless, with so little gametime, he would spend just one season at Rennes before dropping into amateur football, where he would play for Thiers, in the Auvergne region.