Darcheville Jean-Claude DARCHEVILLE

Presentation

Retired
FRANCE FRANCE
Full name Jean-Claude Ducan-Darcheville
Born Jul 25, 1975
Cayenne, FRANCE
Age 45 years old
Size 1.74 m
Weight 78 kg
Position Centre forward
Arrival(s)
Nottingham Forest Nottingham Forest 1999
Departure(s)
Nottingham Forest Nottingham Forest 1998
Lorient Lorient 1999
Numbers 2819
Career
Rennes Rennes
Nottingham Forest Nottingham Forest
Lorient Lorient
Bordeaux Bordeaux
Glasgow Rangers Glasgow Rangers
Valenciennes Valenciennes
Nantes Nantes
Kavala Kavala
Jean-Claude Darcheville signed for Stade Rennais in 1995 after impressing Manager Le Milinaire during a trial. This robust, powerful and pacy striker, despite his diminutive stature, started playing football in his native Guyana, with Sinnamary. In his first season, “Darche” made 10 appearances, totalling 304 minutes of game-time, and scored his first goal on his first start at Auxerre. In the 1996/1997 season, Colleu only gave him minimal opportunities with the strong competition from the likes of Wiltord, Guivarc’h, André and Johnston. As a result, he only managed 11 games, and finally scored his first home goal against Bastia on the last day of the season. In the 1997/1998 season, he was the strike partner of Goussé and became a key player in the squad (27 matches, 3 goals), despite a family drama which affected him greatly in the winter months. With the arrival of Le Guen as Manager, and with Bardon and Nonda in attack, “Gronaldo” was loaned for a season to Nottingham Forest, before joining Lorient in Division 2 in 1999.