Pierre Laigle begins his career with the Racing Club of Lens in 1990. He takes part in the increase of the club in the elite. There remain six years with Lens. In 1996, he plays twice in national team. Then it leaves for Italy to the Sampdoria Genoa where there remain three years. It will make 8 selections and it will mark 1 goal in team of France. It belonged to the group of 28 players selected to prepare the World cup 1998, but will form finally part of the 6 not selected players. In 1999, it turns over to France to Lyon with which it will gain the cut of the League in 2001 and the championship of France in 2002. After three years spent under the Lyons colors, it is transferred to Montpellier where there remain 2 years. Currently it evolves/moves with Saint-Priest (the Rhone) since February 2005.
- 1990 - 1996: France
- 1996 - 1999: Italy
- 1999 - 2002: France
- 2002 - 2004: France
- Since February 2005: France
- 8 selections and 1 goal with the team of France.
- Champion of France in 2002 with the Olympic Lyonese.
- Victorious of the Cut of the League in 2001 with the Olympic Lyonese.
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