Clarence Seedorf

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Clarence Seedorf

Clarence Clyde Seedorf was born April 1 1976 , in Paramaribo to the family of former football player Johann Seedorf. Clarence Also in the family has two sons have grown – Jurgen and Chedrik.

When Clarence was 2 years old, his family moved to the Dutch city of Almere. At the age of 6 years old Clarence started in the club’s football school «VV AS ’80», and a year later he moved to the “Real Almere».

The 1984 , the young Seedorf hit the football school in Amsterdam “Ajax”, which was engaged before his professional debut.

The 1992 by Clarence Seedorf signed his first professional contract with the “Ajax”, which immediately became a hit in the first team.

As a result of 1993 and 1994 s Clarence became the best young player of the Netherlands.

The 1994 and 1995 Years Clarence Seedorf with “Ajax” Stavan winner of the Championship of the Netherlands and the winner of the UEFA Champions League 1995 .

At the same 1994 , the Seedorf made his debut for the Netherlands national team.

Clarence Clyde Seedorf was born April 1 1976 , in Paramaribo to the family of former football player Johann Seedorf. Clarence Also in the family has two sons have grown – Jurgen and Chedrik.

When Clarence was 2 years old, his family moved to the Dutch city of Almere. At the age of 6 years old Clarence started in the club’s football school «VV AS ’80», and a year later he moved to the “Real Almere».

The 1984 , the young Seedorf hit the football school in Amsterdam “Ajax”, which was engaged before his professional debut.

The 1992 by Clarence Seedorf signed his first professional contract with the “Ajax”, which immediately became a hit in the first team.

As a result of 1993 and 1994 s Clarence became the best young player of the Netherlands.

The 1994 and 1995 Years Clarence Seedorf with “Ajax” Stavan winner of the Championship of the Netherlands and the winner of the UEFA Champions League 1995 .

At the same 1994 , the Seedorf made his debut for the Netherlands national team.

At the beginning of the season 1995 / 1996 Clarence signed with “Sampdoria”. During the Italian football club he played 32 matches and scored three goals.

The 1996 for the year of 8.6 million Seedorf moved to Madrid “Real”, where in his first season helped the “cream” to win the championship of Spain.

In the season 1997 / 1998 Clarence with “Real” won for himself the second UEFA Champions League cup.

At the World Championships 1998 Clarence as part of the Netherlands took the fourth place. In the match for third place team of the Netherlands lost to the Croatian national team.

the same results achieved Seedorf in the national team of the Netherlands at the European championships 2000 and 2004 s.

In the beginning 2000 , the Seedorf moved to the Italian “Inter”for 23 million euros. In the”International”Clarence could not achieve great success, and to 2002 , he moved to the”Milan».

The “Milan” Clarence immediately became one of the leaders of the team.

In the season 2002 / 2003 Seedorf helped “Milan” to win the Serie A and UEFA Champions League. The victory in the UEFA Champions League Clarence did the only player in the world to win the trophy with three different clubs.

In the season 2004 / 2005 Clarence with “Milan”again became a finalist for the UEFA Champions League, but the victory went to the English”Liverpool».

In the season 2006 / 2007 «Milan” again won the UEFA Champions League Trophy and Clarence was named the best midfielder of the tournament.

In May, 2012 , the Clarence Seedorf has signed a two-year contract with the Brazilian club, “Botafogo”. In the match, “Botafogo”against”Madureira” Clarence the first time in his career was sent off. Seedorf had been in the Brazilian club until the end of the 2013 of the year.

January 14 2014 , the Clarence announced his retirement footballer.

January 16 2014 , the Clarence Seedorf started the acting head coach of “Milan”, which has signed a contract until June 30, 2016 of the year.

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