|Full name||Joseph André Rabstejnek|
|Born||Mar 15, 1921|
|Dead||Mar 6, 1996 (74 years old)|
Saint-Malo born forward Joseph Rabstejnek began his career in his hometown with US Servannaise et Malouine at the end of the 1930s. In 1943, he joined US Granville in Normandy, before moving onto Stade Rennais two years later. Rabstejnek was a versatile player, who was capable of playing anywhere on the frontline of the Rennes attacking line. He finished top scorer for the Red and Blacks in the 1945/1946 season, and was ranked 7th in the First Division, with a total of 18 goals. The following season, he was joined at Rennes by younger brother, Guy, with whom he would be regularly selected in attack for the club. Once again, he finished top scorer at Rennes (this time sharing that honour with Simonyi.) He left Stade Rennais University Club at the end of the 1946/1947 season, moving to Stade Français, where he would finish his playing days. After hanging up his boots, he turned to football management, notably coaching at Châteauroux in the 1953/1954 season.