|Born||Jul 25, 1914|
|Dead||Jan 21, 2006 (91 years old)|
Jules Miramond was a goalkeeper who hailed from Sète. He started his footballing journey on the Côté d'Agde, but his career as a professional started for real with Roubaix. He would prove to be a solid First Division goalkeeper, and Stade Rennais signed him in their aim to return to the French top flight in 1937. He would quickly prove himself in a Rennes shirt, taking the place of first-choice keeper of the day, William Bainbridge. He would stay at Rennes for two seasons, and he helped his team to promotion to the First Division during that time. Miramond, who was also a French Amateur International, continued his professional career in his hometown of Sète, and then in Montpellier. Thereafter, he obtained his coaching badge, and coached at Cambrai and Sète in the French Second Division during the 1970s.