|Born||Jan 26, 1955|
|Age||68 years old|
Malick N'Doye was a striker hailing from Dakar, and his began his footballing career in his native Senegal before arriving in France in 1975. He joined a small club in the Morbihan region of France called Espérance Saint Jean Brévalay, where he would spend four years. In 1979, this athletic player with a fierce shot caught the eye of Stade Rennais, and he joined the Red and Blacks for two season, but frozen out by the competition for his position, N'Doye would rarely see action. He made just 11 appearances, scoring twice during his time at Rennes. After this disappointing experience, he left in 1981 to join Caen, who were playing in the French Third Division at the time. In his penultimate season at the club in Normandy, he helped Caen to promotion to the Second Division. He stayed there for a total of four seasons, before moving on to play for lesser clubs in the years that followed. He played for Poissy between 1985-1987 and then the next season for Mantes-la-Ville. From 1988, spent the last three seasons of his career with Suresnes, where he would be forced to retire following a ruptured Achilles tendon in 1991.