|Is|| Athlete |
Association football player
|Birth||1 April 1987, Paris|
Benjamin Laurant (born January 28, 1987 in Paris, France) is a French football midfielder. He is currently unattached.
Laurant joined Le Havre AC in July 2005 and played for their b side. He came to prominence in that year’s UEFA-CAF Meridian Cup held in Turkey, where he played alongside the likes of Hatem Ben Arfa and Karim Benzema. After another spell as a reserve, he was loaned out in the 2008-9 season to Amiens, where he made 15 appearances without scoring.
It was announced on October 12 that he would be playing for Plymouth Argyle reserves against Exeter City however this did not transpire as he was injured in the warm up and after the game Argyle manager Peter Reid said “Apparently he’s hurt his thigh muscle, so I won’t be pursuing that one if he’s not fit he’s no good to me”.
On January 13, 2011, Laurant signed a two-and-a-half year deal with Kilmarnock FC in Scotland. He later trialed in Belgium