|Born||Sep 13, 1933|
|Dead||May 4, 1988 (54 years old)|
Born in Cancale, attacker Frédéric Guilbert began his playing days at US Saint-Malo, before joining Stade Rennais in 1952. Often left to play for the Reserves, this lively right-winger would only make two appearances for the Professional side in the 1952/1953 season. The first came against Nîmes, the second was against Montpellier. Having taken part in two Odorico Cup matches in August of the following campaign, he would never be seen again in the First Team, and left Rennes at the end of the 1953/1954 season, which ended in relegation for the club to the Second Division. After his two seasons in Brittany, he left for Algeria and joined AS Boufarik for a single year. In 1955 he returned to France, and signed for Le Havre, with whom he would spend the majority of his career. In Normandy, he would notably win the league title in the Second Division at the end of the 1958/1959 campaign. He chose that moment to hang up his boots and retire from the game.