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.


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