|Born||Mar 5, 1926|
|Dead||Jan 5, 2003 (76 years old)|
Maurice Guénard was a striker born in Chantepie, a suburb in the South of Rennes. He began with the Cadet de Bretagne, before signing for Stade Rennais in 1945. He was in the starting line-up for the first four games of the 1945/1946 season for Rennes, playing as left-winger, but he would play for the professional set-up thereafter, being left to play for the amateur team. In 1948, he signed for Drapeau de Fougères, playing in the Division d'Honneur in non-league football for three seasons. After that he returned to Rennes, and the first-team, where he reappeared for the first time in the Odorico Cup in August 1951. He would go on to make three appearances in the league, playing in midfield, and then in defence. In his last campaign with Rennes (1952/1953), he would only see action in one match. In total, he made just ten appearances for Stade Rennais, who he would leave permanently in 1953 to sign for US Chateaugiron.