|Born||Sep 23, 1959|
|Age||64 years old|
Born in Rennes, Jean-François Fuselier started to learn his trade with CPB Villejean upto 1978, when he joined the Stade Rennais Academy setup. She spent the majority of his time with the Reserves at Rennes, playing as striker, during his three years at the club. He got his first start with the professionals on 3rd February 1979, playing in a 0-2 defeat at Dunkerque, and a second appearance followed on the following matchday against Guingamp. These would be his only minutes of action in the First Team that season. In his second season, he would see slightly more game-time, making 5 appearancesn scoring his only goal for the Red and Blacks in the process in a home game against Dunkerque. Rennes would go on to win this match 4-3, with Fuselier scoring the fourth, making it 4-2 at the time. Despite enduring two seasons with chances to shine being few and far between, Fuselier still decided to stay for another year at the club, making do with action with the Reserves. He didn't make a single appearance with the First Team in his final season (1980/1981). He still managed to add a line to his honours list, winning the Fourth Division with Rennes' Reserve side in 1981. At the end of that season, he left Stade Rennais, and continued to play on in amateur football with Maure de Bretagne.