|Born||Feb 26, 1920|
|Age||103 years old|
René Sergent was a midfielder who was born in Oran, Algeria. He began his career in the First Division with Red Star, and spent several years with the club from the Paris region, winning the Second Division Championship title with them in 1939, and he also lifted the French Cup after a 2-0 victory over Sète in the 1942 Cup Final. This useful left-footer would then sign for Stade Rennais for the 1947/1948 season, but with stiff competition from the likes of Prouff, Mansat and Sellin, he struggled to get into the side, and would make only seven appearances in a Rennes shirt. The following season, he departed to join Le Mans, with whom he would finish 15th in the Second Division. For the 1949/1950 season, he signed for the Voltigeurs de Châteaubriant, as an amateur, before returning to professional football with Cannes, finishing 6th in the Second Division. After that, he played for CA Paris for five years, and then became Player/Manager at Montaigu and subsequently at Agen, who he managed to get promoted to Promotion d'Honneur Division in 1964.