|Born||Jan 25, 1959|
|Age||64 years old|
Born in Dinard, Robert Colleu began his footballing career as a striker with Alençon in Normandy. In 1977, he was recruited by Stade Rennais, for whom he would mostly play in the Reserves. Brother of Yves Colleu, he would make only four appearances with the professionals, of which 3 came in the 1978/1979 season. His first match would be the home game against Poissy (3-0) on 21st January 1978, coming on for Edin Spreco in the 46th minute. It would be his sole appearance of that season. During the following campaign, he would only reappear on the teamsheet of the First Team at the end of the season, replacing Borne and Kerveillant on matchdays 31,32 and 33. The 1978/1979 season would prove to be his last one as a professional footballer.