|Born||Jul 16, 1963|
|Age||60 years old|
Recruited in 1995, Goran Pandurovic was supposed to compensate for the departures of the disappointing recruits Rousset and Rousseau in the Rennes goal, but also help Heurtebis, the great prospect in this position at the club, in his development Twice winner of the Yugoslavian championship with Partizan Belgrade in 1993 and 1994, he arrived in Brittany with the status of an international (4 caps). After missing out on the first league match of the season, he took over in goal in the home 3-2 win against Cannes, and would only miss three games that season in total (as a result of an injury.) A goalkeeper who spent a lot of time on his line, he struggled more with the ball at his feet, but even more with crosses and high balls in to the box. But he still had the unconditional support of the fans at Rennes. After Le Milinaire was replaced as manager by Colleu in 1996, he remained first-choice, under pressure from Heurtebis. In 1997, Manager David put Pandurovic on the bench. When Debec overtook him to become second goalkeeper, he retired from football in June 1998.