William Prunier Profile
Born and growing up in the commune of Montreuil-sous-Bois outside Paris, William Prunier was on the books of French clubs Auxerre, Olympique Marseille, and Bordeaux before the centre back joined Manchester United on a trial basis midway through the 1995-96 season. Failing to settle down at United, he only managed to notch up a mere two Premier League appearances for The Reds and he returned to Bordeaux in the spring of 1996. The frustrated player was then shipped out on loan to Copenhagen for whom he amassed eleven Danish Super League appearances before he agreed to a permanent contract with French Ligue One team Montpellier at the beginning of the 1996-97 campaign. Prunier later had a spells with Napoli, Hearts, Kortrijk, Toulouse, and finally Al-Siliyaand where he finished off his footballing career in 2004. William Prunier Playing Career: Auxerre, Marseille, Bordeaux, Manchester United, FC Copenhagen, Montpellier, Napoli, Heart of Midlothian, Kortrijk, Toulouse, Al-Siliya. Managing Career: Cugnaux, Colomiers, GS Consolat, Toulon.