Sad news, sudden too. The Norman newspaper Le Courrier Cauchois informs that Christophe Revault is dead. Information confirmed by Le Parisien. He was only 49 years old. Passed by Le Havre, PSG, Toulouse or even Stade Rennais, the former goalkeeper was found lifeless at his home. The circumstances of his death are not yet known.
In recent years, he was a member of the organization chart of HAC, his training club, the one where he also ended his playing career in 2010. In Le Havre, he quickly became holder in the cages as much as the darling of the public. In 1997, he joined PSG for one season, the time to play in the Champions League.
“Child of the Green Cave, Sky and Navy icon, it is a huge Monsieur du HAC who leaves us and leaves the orphan club of one of its most brilliant HACman. All our thoughts go to his family and her two children, “writes the Le Havre club on social networks.
In 1998, he signed in Rennes: Paul Le Guen, his former team-mate, was then a coach. As a wink, it is also Le Guen who is at the helm of the HAC this season, while Christophe Revault is in the organization chart, having operated as a recruiter, interim coach or even sports director. He also passed through Toulouse, before returning to Stade Rennais and then to Le Havre, to put an end to his career.
“Thoughts for everyone at HAC and for his relatives”, writes in particular Benjamin Mendy on Twitter, recalling then having signed his first professional contract in Le Havre with him. “A great man”, confirms the former Havre Riyad Mahrez.
Le Havre: death of former PSG and HAC goalkeeper Christophe Revault, at 49