|Date of birth||29 February 1924|
|Place of birth||Montemaggiore, France|
|Date of death||24 January 2012(aged 87)|
|1975–1976||Sporting de Gijón|
|1979–1980||Sporting Toulon Var|
|* 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)
- Perpignan Football club : 1956 - 1959 (D2)
- Luxembourg : 1959 - 1960
- RSC Anderlecht : 1960 - 1966
- AS Monaco : 1966 - 1968
- RSC Anderlecht : 1969 - 1971
- UD Las Palmas : 1971 - 1975
- Sporting de Gijón : 1975 - 1976
- Sporting Toulon Var : 1979 - 1980 (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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