|Born||Feb 4, 1936|
|Age||87 years old|
Born in the Ille-et-Vilaine region of Brittany, Rémy Lebret started his journey as a player as an attacker. In 1958, he was signed up by Stade Rennais, where he would mainly be used in the Amateur team. The First Team Manager of the day, Henri Guérin, would only call him up to cover for absences in the professional squad through injury or suspension. Throughout his five seasons with Rennes, he would only average 2-3 appearances each season. In total, he played just 10 games, scoring his one-and-only goal on 8th January 1961 on matchday 23 in a First Division fixture against RC Paris in a 1-1, Lebret's 55th minute goal was the equaliser. In 1963, he moved on to sign for Stade Lavallois, where he would spend three seasons before ending his career in a role as player/manager with JA Melesse, near Rennes.