Nicolas Savinaud

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Nicolas Savinaud
Personal information
Full name Nicolas Savinaud
Date of birth (1975-11-20) November 20, 1975 (age 38)
Place of birth Fontenay-le-Comte, France
Height 1.85 m (6 ft 1 in)
Playing position Defender
Youth career
1991-1995 FC Nantes
Senior career*
Years Team Apps (Gls)
1995-2007 FC Nantes 315 (20)
2007-2008 Guingamp 45 (7)
2009 Vannes OC 14 (0)
2009-2011 USJA Carquefou 8 (0)
* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only.
† Appearances (Goals).

Nicolas Savinaud (born November 20, 1975 in Fontenay-le-Comte, Vendée) is a retired French footballer who spent most of his career at FC Nantes.

Career[edit]

Savinaud began 1991 his career in the youth from FC Nantes and was promoted in the season 1995/1996 to the first team. In June 2007 was his contract ending and he moved for free to Guingamp, he played there between 14 January 2009 then moved to Vannes OC.[1] Savinaud left on his club Vannes OC and signed on 9 August 2009 for USJA Carquefou.[2]

Statistics[edit]

Saison Club Years Land European Championship
League Matches Goals Cards European League Matches Goals
Yellow Card Red Card
1995 - 1996 FC Nantes France Ligue 1 8 1 ? ? C1 1 0
1996 - 1997 FC Nantes France Ligue 1 30 2 ? ? - - -
1997 - 1998 FC Nantes France Ligue 1 31 2 ? ? C3 2 0
1998 - 1999 FC Nantes France Ligue 1 21 1 ? ? - - -
1999 - 2000 FC Nantes France Ligue 1 28 1 ? ? C3 5 0
2000 - 2001 FC Nantes France Ligue 1 25 2 ? ? C3 2 0
2001 - 2002 FC Nantes France Ligue 1 25 2 ? ? C1 5 0
2002 - 2003 FC Nantes France Ligue 1 29 2 ? ? - - -
2003 - 2004 FC Nantes France Ligue 1 26 1 ? ? - - -
2004 - 2005 FC Nantes France Ligue 1 36 6 1 1 - - -
2005 - 2006 FC Nantes France Ligue 1 28 0 ? ? - - -
2006 - 2007 FC Nantes France Ligue 1 20 0 ? ? - - -
2007 - 2008 Guingamp France Ligue 2 38 7 4 0 - - -
2008 - January 2009 Guingamp France Ligue 2 20 0 ? ? - - -
January 2009 - 2009 Vannes OC France Ligue 2 - - - - - - -

Titles[edit]

He is well known for his ability to play in any position on the field, and was called the "homme à tout faire".

References[edit]

  1. ^ http://vocfoot.com/index.php?option=com_content&task=view&id=321&Itemid=1
  2. ^ CFA : loin de toute superstition, la frustration pour l'USJA Carquefou

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