Sylvain Marveaux

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Sylvain Marveaux
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Marveaux warming up with Rennes in 2010
Personal information
Full nameSylvain Marveaux [1]
Date of birth (1986-04-15) 15 April 1986 (age 32) [1]
Place of birth Vannes, France
Height 1.72 m (5 ft 8 in) [1]
Playing position Midfielder, forward
Club information
Current team
Nancy
(on loan from Lorient)
Number 32
Youth career
1992–1999 Ménimur
1999–2001 Vannes
2001–2006 Rennes
Senior career*
YearsTeamApps(Gls)
2006–2011 Rennes 102 (16)
2011–2016 Newcastle United 38 (1)
2014–2015Guingamp (loan) 24 (1)
2016– Lorient 51 (12)
2019–Nancy (loan) 0 (0)
National team
2006–2008 France U21 11 (4)
* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league onlyand correct as of 20 May 2018
‡ National team caps and goals correct as of 17 September 2010

Sylvain Marveaux (born 15 April 1986) is a French professional footballer who plays for AS Nancy on loan from FC Lorient. He can play a variety of positions in midfield, but is mostly utilized as a right-sided midfielder or an attacking midfielder or as a forward. He is the younger brother of Joris Marveaux, who currently plays for Gazélec Ajaccio.

Association football Team field sport

Association football, more commonly known as football or soccer, is a team sport played with a spherical ball between two teams of eleven players. It is played by 250 million players in over 200 countries and dependencies, making it the world's most popular sport. The game is played on a rectangular field called a pitch with a goal at each end. The object of the game is to score by moving the ball beyond the goal line into the opposing goal.

AS Nancy French association football club

Association Sportive Nancy-Lorraine is a French association football club based in Nancy, Lorraine. The club was founded in 1967 and currently plays in Ligue 2.

FC Lorient association football club

Football Club Lorient-Bretagne Sud is a French association football club based in Lorient, Brittany. The club was founded in 1926 and will play in Ligue 2 in the 2017-18 season after relegation from Ligue 1 in the 2016-17 season. Lorient plays its home matches at the stade Yves Allainmat, former mayor of the city located within the city. The stadium is surnamed Stade du Moustoir because of his location within the city. The team is managed by Mickaël Landreau.

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Club career

Early career

Marveaux was born in Vannes, located on the west coast of the Brittany region, and began his career at local club AS Ménimur at age six. [2] He starred for the club at various youth levels before departing for the biggest club in the city, Vannes OC. In his first year at Vannes, Marveaux was selected to attend the Pôle Espoirs Football de Ploufragan, a smaller regional version of the Clairefontaine academy. While training at Ploufragan during the weekdays, he played at Vannes on the weekends. Marveaux also trained alongside future Rennes teammates Yoann Gourcuff, Virgile Reset and William Stanger while attending Ploufragan.

Vannes Prefecture and commune in Brittany, France

Vannes is a commune in the Morbihan department in Brittany in north-western France. It was founded over 2,000 years ago.

Brittany (administrative region) Administrative region of France

Brittany is one of the 18 regions of France. It is named after the historic and geographic region of Brittany, of which it constitutes 80%. The capital is Rennes. Bathed by the English Channel to the north and the Bay of Biscay to the south, it is located in the West of France, bordering the Normandy and Pays de la Loire regions. Bro Gozh ma Zadoù is the anthem of Brittany. It is sung to the same tune as that of the national anthem of Wales, Hen Wlad Fy Nhadau, and has similar words. As a region of France, Brittany has a Regional Council, which was most recently elected in 2015.

Regions of France France top-level territorial subdivision

France is divided into 18 administrative regions, which are traditionally divided between 13 metropolitan regions, located on the European continent, and 5 overseas regions, located outside the European continent. The 13 metropolitan regions are each further subdivided into 2 to 13 departments, while the overseas regions consist of only one department each and hence are also referred to as "overseas departments". The current legal concept of region was adopted in 1982, and in 2016 what had been 27 regions was reduced to 18. The overseas regions should not be confused the overseas collectivities, which have a semi-autonomous status.

Rennes

In 2001, after leaving Ploufragan, Marveaux signed an aspirant (youth) contract with Stade Rennais and joined the club's aspiring youth academy. Marveaux spent four years in the club's academy before earning a call up to the club's Championnat de France amateur team for the 2005–06 season. [3] He was an undisputed started in the team making 21 appearances and scoring seven goals. [4] Following the season, Marveaux signed his first professional contract agreeing to a three-year deal until June 2009. He was officially promoted to the senior team and assigned the number 26 shirt for the 2006–07 season.

Stade Rennais F.C. French association football club

Stade Rennais Football Club, commonly referred to as Stade Rennais, SRFC or simply Rennes, is a French association football club based in Rennes. The club was founded in 1901 and currently plays in Ligue 1, the top tier of French football. Rennes plays its home matches at the Roazhon Park, located within the city. The team is managed by Julien Stéphan. The team's president is Olivier Létang and its owner is Artémis, the holding company of businessman François Pinault.

Olympique Lyonnais won Ligue 1 season 2005–06 of the French Association Football League with 84 points.

2006–07 Ligue 1 sports season

Le Championnat 2006–07 was the 69th edition since its establishment. The competition took place on 4 August 2006, and ended on 26 May 2007.

Marveaux made his professional debut on 5 August 2006 in a league match against Lille playing the entire match in a 2–1 defeat. [5] Despite starting his first professional match, he was relegated to appearing as a substitute for the majority of the season by manager Guy Lacombe. Marveaux scored his first professional goal for the team on 14 October after appearing as a first-half substitute in a 3–1 win over Auxerre. [6] Two weeks later, he scored an extra time goal in the Coupe de la Ligue against Lille after appearing as a second-half substitute. Rennes won the match 2–0. [7] On 18 November, Marveaux converted a late equalizing goal in a 1–1 draw against Le Mans. [8] He finished the campaign with 32 total appearances and six goals. Of the 32 appearances, Marveaux only made nine starts.

Lille OSC Lille Olympic Sporting Club - French association football club

LOSC Lille is a French association football club based in Lille. The club was founded in 1944 as a result of a merger and play in Ligue 1, the first division of French football. Lille has played its home matches since 2012 at Stade Pierre-Mauroy in nearby Villeneuve d'Ascq, which replaced the club's previous home of Stade Lille-Metropole in the same community.

Manager (association football) Head coach of an association football team

In association football, a manager is an occupation of head coach in the United Kingdom responsible for running a football club or a national team. Outside the British Isles and across most of Europe, a title of head coach or coach is predominant.

Guy Lacombe French association football player and manager

Guy Hubert Georges Lacombe is a French former professional football player and manager.

Marveaux began the 2007–08 season alternating between the bench and the first 11 as the player struggled to adapt to new manager Guy Lacombe. He finished the season with 24 appearances in the league and no goals. Marveaux scored his only goal of the season against Bulgarian club Lokomotiv Sofia in the first round of the UEFA Cup. His transition to Lacombe was further hampered during the 2008–09 season when, while playing with the France under-21 team, he suffered a torn hamstring injury. [9] The initial diagnosis of the injury required no surgery, however, in October, it was discovered that the injury was severe after club doctors revealed that a hematoma had formed around the hamstring. [10] Marveaux underwent surgery and, subsequently, missed five months. He returned to the team in May 2009 and appeared in the final three matches of the season.

2007–08 Ligue 1 sports season

The 2007–08 Ligue 1 season is the seventieth since its establishment, and started in August 2007 and ended on 17 May 2008. The fixtures were announced in June 2007. Lyon became French champions, having won a record seventh consecutive title.

Bulgaria country in Southeast Europe

Bulgaria, officially the Republic of Bulgaria, is a country in Southeast Europe. It is bordered by Romania to the north, Serbia and North Macedonia to the west, Greece and Turkey to the south, and the Black Sea to the east. The capital and largest city is Sofia; other major cities are Plovdiv, Varna and Burgas. With a territory of 110,994 square kilometres (42,855 sq mi), Bulgaria is Europe's 16th-largest country.

The 2008–09 Ligue 1 season was the 71st since its establishment. Bordeaux became champions for the sixth time on the last weekend of the season. The fixtures were announced on 23 May 2008. The season began on 9 August 2008 and ended on 30 May 2009. A total of 20 teams contested the league, consisting of 17 who competed the previous season and three that were promoted from France's second division Ligue 2.

For the 2009–10 season, under new manager Frédéric Antonetti, a healthy Marveaux thrived having his best season to date. Marveaux posted career-highs in all statistical categories. He scored his first goal of the season on 13 September 2009 in a 1–0 win against Saint-Étienne. [11] The following week, Marveaux netted the second goal in a 4–0 thrashing of Grenoble. [12] In the return leg against Grenoble in 2010, he scored a double in another 4–0 win. [13] The following week, Marveaux was instrumental in the team's 4–2 victory over the defending champions Bordeaux. He scored the opening goal in the 7th minute and assisted on the final goal scored by Asamoah Gyan. [14] In the Coupe de France, Marveaux scored two goals, both of which came in a 4–0 victory over amateur club Saumur in the Round of 32. [15] He finished the campaign by scoring in a 2–1 defeat to Sochaux and a 2–2 draw against Nice. [16] [17] Marveaux successful individual season of 38 total appearances and 12 goals was overshadowed by the team's collective display as Rennes finished mid-table and failed to qualify for Europe after appearing in the UEFA Cup in back-to-back seasons.

The 2009–10 Ligue 1 season was the 72nd since its establishment. Bordeaux were the defending champions. The fixtures were announced on 5 June 2009, and play commenced on 8 August and ended on 15 May 2010. There were three promoted teams from Ligue 2, replacing the three teams that were relegated from Ligue 1 following the 2008–09 season. A total of 20 teams competed in the league with three clubs suffering relegation to the second division, Ligue 2. All clubs that secured Ligue 1 status for this season were subject to approval by the DNCG before becoming eligible to participate. In addition, German sportswear company Puma became the official provider of match balls for the season after agreeing to a long term partnership with the Ligue de Football Professionnel.

Frédéric Antonetti French footballer

Frédéric Antonetti is a French football manager and former footballer. He is currently the manager of Ligue 2 side Metz.

AS Saint-Étienne French association football club

Association Sportive de Saint-Étienne Loire is a French association football club based in Saint-Étienne. The club was founded in 1919 and currently plays in Ligue 1, the top division of French football. Saint-Étienne plays its home matches at the Stade Geoffroy-Guichard. The team is managed by Jean-Louis Gasset and captained by Loïc Perrin, who started his career at the club in 1996. Saint-Étienne is known as Les Verts meaning "the Greens" due to its home colours.

Due to having one year left on his contract, Marveaux was the subject of transfer speculation in the 2010 summer transfer window with English clubs Chelsea and Manchester United being the first to scout the player. [18] [19] In June 2010, West Ham offered £3 million for the player, however Rennes' general manager Pierre Dreossi denied the bid stating that Marveaux "will be with Rennes next season" and "I do not usually change my mind, I've demonstrated that in the past." [20] Marveaux, indeed, began the 2010–11 season with Rennes starting in the team's opening match of the season against Lille. [21] On 3 October, he scored his first goal of the season in a 3–1 win over Toulouse. [22] The following month, in a match against Derby Breton rivals Brest, Marveaux aggravated a groin injury that had been plaguing him during the campaign. The following day, it was reported that Marveaux would not return to action until 2011. [23] [24]

Newcastle United

On 18 June 2011, Marveaux agreed and signed a five-year deal with Premier League club Newcastle United. [25] He had reportedly been very close to joining Liverpool under the management of Kenny Dalglish. Marveaux rubbished claims he failed a medical at Anfield, confirming he could not agree terms. [26]

He made his first competitive start in the Football League Cup second round in an away win at Scunthorpe United playing the full 120 minutes that included extra time. [27] He started all Newcastle's other League Cup games until their elimination in the 4th round. Having only made a handful of substitute appearances in the league due to Newcastle's unbeaten stance in November, he got his opportunity in a 2–1 home win against Everton on 5 November 2011. However, he came off injured in the second half with a recurring problem with his groin. [28]

It was confirmed on 18 November 2011 that he would require hip surgery, scheduled to be undertaken by Dr Marc Phillipon at the clinic of Dr Richard Steadman in Colorado. [29]

He scored his first goal for Newcastle in a 1–1 UEFA Europa League draw with C.S. Marítimo on 22 November 2012. [30] He scored his first ever Premier League goal in the Magpies' fixture at Emirates Stadium against Arsenal on 29 December 2012, which Newcastle lost 7–3. The goal was a simple tap in after a good piece of work from teammate Gabriel Obertan. He then set up Demba Ba for his 2nd goal of the game with a sublime cross using the outside of his foot.

On 5 May 2016, Newcastle United announced that Marveaux and teammate Gabriel Obertan had been released. [31]

Guingamp (loan)

On 22 July 2014, Guingamp announced the loan of Marveaux on a season-long loan with an option to buy. [32] Marveaux made his competitive debut as a 69th-minute substitute for Christophe Mandanne in the Trophée des Champions on 2 August, which his team lost 02 against Paris Saint-Germain at the Workers Stadium in Beijing. [33] He scored his first goals in a 2–0 Europa League victory over PAOK on 2 October, netting in the 47th and 50th minutes. [34]

Lorient

On 15 July 2016, it was announced that Marveaux had joined Ligue 1-club FC Lorient. [35]

He was loaned to Nancy in January 2019 until the end of the season. [36]

International career

Marveaux was born in France to a Martiniquais father and a French mother. [37] Marveaux is a former French under-21 international having earned caps with the team from 2006 to 2008.

Career statistics

ClubSeasonLeagueNational Cup [lower-alpha 1] League Cup [lower-alpha 2] Europe OtherTotal
DivisionAppsGoalsAppsGoalsAppsGoalsAppsGoalsAppsGoalsAppsGoals
Rennes 2006–07 Ligue 1 2850031316
2007–08 Ligue 124010205 [lower-alpha 3] 1321
2008–09 Ligue 15000001 [lower-alpha 3] 060
2009–10 Ligue 1351032003812
2010–11 Ligue 11010000101
Total1021642516111720
Newcastle United 2011–12 Premier League 700030100
2012–13 Premier League221101012 [lower-alpha 4] 1362
2013–14 Premier League900020110
Total3811060121572
Guingamp (loan) 2014–15 Ligue 124020006 [lower-alpha 4] 21 [lower-alpha 5] 0332
Lorient 2016–17 Ligue 1000000000000
Career total16417721112441020524
  1. France – Coupe de France; England – FA Cup
  2. France – Coupe de la Ligue; England – Football League Cup
  3. 1 2 Appearance(s) in the UEFA Cup.
  4. 1 2 Appearance(s) in the UEFA Europa League.
  5. Appearance in the Trophée des Champions.

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