|Born||Feb 19, 1957|
La Trinité, FRANCE
|Age||66 years old|
Champion de France D2 (1983 avec Rennes)
Born in Martinique, Pierre Sither landed in mainland France aged 19 in 1976. He actually signed for RC Strasbourg, but would only play a handful of games for them, spending most of his time with the Reserves. He would nonetheless spend two years in the East of France, and achieved the title of Second Division Champions in 1977. He then left for Cannes, where he would get substantially more game-time. It wasn't until 1980 where his career really took off, when he signed for Châteauroux and went on to score at a ratio of a goal every two games. After two seasons with Châteauroux, and 40 goals to his name, this striker (often used on the left side of the attack) caught the eye of Stade Rennais, who signed him in 1982. He would figure regularly in the starting line-up, and played in over 30 matches for them. At the end of that season, Rennes gained promotion as Second Division Champions, but he wasn't retained, and left to join RC Paris. He helped his new club gain promotion to the top flight at the end of his first season there. He would go on the play a couple of games in the First Division between 1984 and 1985, before leaving the capital to sign foor Limoges the following season. He decided to hang up his boots in 1987 after a final year playing for Alès. In subsequent years; he returned to Martinique to become a sports teacher.