|Full name||André Charles Bordier|
|Born||Nov 15, 1913|
|Dead||Dec 27, 1997 (84 years old)|
Paris-born defender André Bordier began his playing days with US Suisse Paris, a club based in the Paris region, in 1933. In 1936 he would join Stade Rennais, where he would quickly establish himself as a first-choice at the heart of the defence. In 1939, the Second World War broke out, and he decided to return home to Paris, signing for RC Paris. He wouldn't return to Rennes until 1942, and but he would then stay with the Red and Blacks until the end of his professional career in 1948. In total, he made no fewer than 256 appearances for Rennes, the 9th most-capped player in the club's history. He would only score two goals in a Red and Black shirt, a brace in a First Division fixture against Sochaux on 19th May 1946, ending a 5-1 victory for Rennes. In 1948, he joined US Malo in the role of Player Manager, and then went on to manage Fontenay between 1955 and 1959. He passed away in Rennes, aged 84.