|Born||Sep 22, 1968|
|Age||54 years old|
Pascal Fugier was a pure product of the Lyon Academy, and was a key figure in Lyon’s return to the French First Division in 1989. He arrived in Rennes after a short stay at Marseille in 1994. He soon leapfrogged Dall’Oglio and Vasseur to become an undisputed first choice at right-back. He was primarily occupied with his defensive duties compared to his alter-ego Carteron, and his experience was used to good effect to help the young team mates at Rennes in the fight against relegation. Apart from a one-match suspension, he played every match in its entirety under the stewardship of Le Milinaire, and even got in on the act, scoring a goal against Martigues in a 5-1 win. In 1995/1996, he kept his place, and sometimes helped out playing at left back or as a holding midfielder in a squad which had qualified for the Intertoto Cup for the first time in the club’s history. In the summer of 1996, he left Brittany to join Montpelllier, where he finished his career.