|Full name||Alfred Jules Gérard|
|Born||Oct 5, 1919|
|Dead||Dec 24, 1986 (67 years old)|
Born in the Haute-Marne region of France, striker Alfred Gérard began his professional career with Lyon in the First Division, in 1945. He stayed there for two seasons before signing for SR Colmar for the 1947/1948 season. With Colmar, he would finish runners-up in the Second Division, and reached the Semi-Finals of the French Cup. In 1948, he was snapped up by Stade Rennais, along with his teammate of the day, Batistella. He wasn't a regular in the starting line-up at the beginning of the 1948/1949 season, but still made 10 appearances in the first 16 league games of the campaign. But his stay with Rennes would last just a few months, as in December 1948 he decided to sign for Nantes, where he would end the season. With the Canaries, he scored seven goals, finishing 9th in the Second Division. The following season saw him transfered to Lens, the last spell of his career, as he decided to hang up his boots two years later, in 1951.