Le Bris Benoît LE BRIS

Presentation

Retired
FRANCE FRANCE
Born Dec 1, 1976
Pont-l'Abbé, BRITTANY
Age 43 years old
Size 1.76 m
Weight 73 kg
Position Left midfielder
Forward
Left-back
Arrival(s)
Formed at the academy
Le Havre Le Havre 2002
Departure(s)
Le Havre Le Havre 2001
Le Havre Le Havre 2002
Numbers 241912
Career
Rennes Rennes
Le Havre Le Havre
Le Havre Le Havre
Wasquehal Wasquehal
A year after his elder brother Régis, Benoît Le Bris joined the First Team squad managed by Michel Le Milinaire. This striker by trade was born at Pont-l’Abbé and made his first appearance on 10th September 1995 in a goalless draw at Metz, and his first start in another goalless draw on 10th January 1996, this time at home to Strasbourg. The left-footed specialist went for four seasons playing between 3-6 matches in each. In 1999/2000 he enjoyed his best time under Le Guen, where he was progressively re-positioned as a left midfielder or left-back. In August, Le Bris got on for 25 minutes in the Intertoto Final against Juventus, and found the time to launch a left-footed missile against the post of keeper Van der Sar. It was a strike, which might have changed the course of his career. Despite scoring the winning goal against Le Havre in a 2-1 in February 2000, he would never make his mark at Rennes. After two successive loan spells with Le Havre, he signed for Wasquehal in 2003.