Voisin David VOISIN

Presentation

Retired
FRANCE FRANCE
Born Oct 12, 1975
Cherbourg, FRANCE
Age 44 years old
Size 1.80 m
Weight 73 kg
Position Polyvalent midfielder
Forward
Arrival(s) Formed at the academy
Departure(s)
Châteauroux Châteauroux 1998
Numbers 2322
Career
Rennes Rennes
Châteauroux Châteauroux
Cherbourg Cherbourg
Angers Angers
La Vitréenne La Vitréenne
As a pure product of the Football Development scheme at Stade Rennais, David Voisin joined the First Team squad in the course of the 1994/1995 season. Striker by trade, Voisin made his debut on 27th May 1995 in victory at Montpellier as a midfielder. He came on as substitute for Thomas in the 87th minute of the game, and came on for Lambert in the following match (a 2-2 draw with Saint-Etienne.) He didn’t fulfil his potential, however, in the eyes of his Manager Le Milinaire, and in particular his Assistant, Colleu. The player from Cherbourg only made four appearances in the 1995/1996 season, and one less in the following season when Colleu was First Team Manager, with a rare start against Caen (1-1). During that match on 1st February 1997, he was injured the first time he touched the ball, and replaced by Diaf after just 3 minutes. After that he became first-choice, but in the Reserve team, and failed to figure on a single team-sheet under David in the 1997/1998 season. In the Summer of 1998, he was transferred to Châteauroux in Division 2.