|Date of birth||29 February 1924|
|Place of birth||Montemaggiore, France|
|Date of death||24 January 2012(aged 87)|
|1975–1976||Sporting de Gijón|
|* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only|
In the 1960s and again in the early 1970s, he coached R.S.C. Anderlecht with whom he previously won four Belgian Championships between 1962 and 1966. As a player for Stade de Reims (1944–1953), he won two French Championships (1949, 1953) and the French Cup (1950); in 1947, he was the top scorer in the Division 1 with 33 goals. Sinibaldi, whose brothers Paul (goalkeeper) and Noël also played in Reims, was nominated only twice for the French national team, the first time for a 2–1 win against England in 1946.
- Sporting Victor-Hugo de Marseille: till 1942 (amat.)
- ES Troyes AC-Savinienne: 1942–1944 (amat.)
- Stade de Reims: 1944–1953 (professionnel en 1948)
- FC Nantes: 1953–1954 (D2)
- Olympique Lyonnais: 1954–1955 (1 match)
- Perpignan Football club: 1955–1956 (D2)
- "Anciens Disparition de Pierre Sinibaldi – Toute l'actualité de l'AS MONACO – ASM FC – Planete-ASM". Planete-asm.fr. 2011-11-06. Retrieved 2012-01-26.
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