|Born||May 16, 1964|
|Age||59 years old|
With Rennes in the Second Division in 1993/1994, Stade Rennais FC signed Olivier Dall’Oglio. This right-back, known as one of the best in the division after his spells at Strasbourg and Perpignan, arrived as a wildcard in October 1993. Playing in his favoured position, he was a regular fixture in Rennes’ return to the top flight (he was in the starting line-up for all 27 of his appearances that season.) In 1994/1995, however, he suffered from the competition for places with Carteron and Fugier, and only played in 10 matches under Le Milinaire. The next season, he started off as a back-up, but then took advantage of the absences of Carteron and Jensen to get some games under his belt during the winter (18 appearances in total). On the 30th March 1996, in a league game in Nice, he came on as a substitute in place of Cyprien, but suffered a bad knee injury 20 minutes later. He had ruptured his cruciate ligaments, which at the age of 32 forced him to retire from the game. In 1997, he started a new career as Manager at Alès.