Jul 22, 1954
|Age||68 years old|
Guy Nosibor was a striker born in Martinique. He arrived in mainland France in 1973 to sign for Paris Saint Germain, where he would spend six seasons, without ever being able to make the breakthough, making just 40-odd appearances in that time. With the Paris manager showing no real faith in him, he was loaned out to Angoulême between 1977 and 1978, where he would gain considerably more game time. He finally left Paris Saint Germain in 1979 to up sticks and move to Brittany, where he would join Stade Rennais Football Club. He would rapidly become a regular first choice in the Rennes line-up, playing in the Second Division in those days. Usually picked to play as a right-sided attacker, he would go on to stay with Rennes for three seasons, totalling over a hundred appearances, scoring more than 20 goals. In 1982, he moved on to Corbeil Essonnes for a single season, and then onto Grenoble, for whom he played between 1983 and 1985. On each occasion, he earned his spurs, playing as first choice at both Second Division clubs of the day. His next stop took him to CO du Puy for two years before ending his playing career with Arles in 1989. In total Nosibor made over 300 appearances in the French Second Division.