Cédric Fauré

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Cédric Fauré
Personal information
Date of birth (1979-02-14) February 14, 1979 (age 38)
Place of birth Toulouse, France
Height 1.87 m (6 ft 2 in)
Playing position striker
Youth career
2001–2002 Toulouse
Senior career*
Years Team Apps (Gls)
2002–2004 Toulouse 72 (30)
2004–2005 Guingamp 32 (13)
2005–2006 Istres 21 (6)
2006 Le Mans (loan) 14 (2)
2006–2008 Reims 72 (31)
2008 Le Havre 10 (1)
2009–2012 Reims 84 (27)
2012–2014 Guingamp 33 (4)
2014–2015 Charleroi 49 (14)
2015 Union SG 18 (11)
2016 Antwerp 8 (1)
2016–2017 Union SG 15 (1)
* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only.

Cédric Fauré (born February 14, 1979) is a French retired football striker.

Career[edit]

Born in Toulouse and raised in the Haute-Garonne village Miremont, Fauré played amateur football and worked for a consumer electronics company before making his professional debut with Toulouse in 2002.[1] In his first season, he scored 20 goals which made him Ligue 2 top scorer, helping his club win the league and achieve promotion to Ligue 1.[2] The next season, despite not playing very often, he still managed to score 10 goals.

He then transferred to Guingamp, hoping to get more playing time. At Guingamp, he scored 13 goals in 32 league games in his only season there.

He moved to FC Istres and, six months later, was loaned to Le Mans where he remained Brazilian striker Grafite's substitute.

in the summer 2006, he signed with Reims.[3] He settled quickly and his numerous goals made him a fans' favourite.

After the club's failure to achieve promotion to Ligue 1, he announces he his departure for Le Havre, recently promoted to Ligue 1, in April 2008.

On December 19, 2008, Fauré returned to Reims. The club was relegated to third-tier National in May 2009. In his second stint at Reims, he achieved two promotions in three years. During the season 2009–10, he finished top scorer of National. Two years later, he became Ligue 2 top scorer for the second time, scoring 15 goals and helping the club from Champagne achieve promotion to Ligue 1, for the first time since 1979. Over the summer 2012, his contract expired and no agreement was found with the management of Reims.

Fauré returned to Guingamp, still in Ligue 2 at that time, for a second spell. The following season, he contributed 4 goals in 29 games to the promotion of the Breton club to the Ligue 1, which had been absent from the division since 2004. However, in the top-flight, he was excluded from a regular first-team place and on 31 January 2014, moved to Belgian side Sporting Charleroi on a six-month loan deal.[4]

In summer 2015, Fauré joined another Belgian side, Union SG.[5]

He retired in the summer 2017.[6]

Honours[edit]

Toulouse[edit]

Individual[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Crumley, Bruce (2003-04-27). "Major player: Soccer watch". Time. 
  2. ^ Lepidi, Pierre (2003-05-18). "Toulouse décroche enfin son billet pour la Ligue 1". Le Monde (in French). 
  3. ^ Kostoff, Marie Ange (2007-07-23). "Cédric Fauré - "Je suis heureux à Reims"" (in French). La Page des Sports. 
  4. ^ "Cedric Fauré est zèbre." (in French). Sporting de Charleroi. 2014-01-31. 
  5. ^ http://www.rtbf.be/sport/football/belgique/d2/detail_cedric-faure-quitte-charleroi-pour-l-union-saint-gilloise?id=9017891
  6. ^ Cédric Fauré prend sa retraite‚ lequipe.fr, 19 May 2017

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