Clarance Seedorf was a former professional football player. He played for big teams in Europe and at the end of his career, he played in Brazil.
Class, panache, elegance and incredible strength on the ball; that is how you define a midfielder like Clarence Seedorf. Clarence Seedorf was so good that he was chosen by Pelé as part of the FIFA 100.
Clarence Seedorf started his career at Ajax. In The Netherlands, Seedorf built himself as a footballer. He played for Ajax senior side for 3 years, and he was able to make 65 league appearances for Ajax and he scored 11 times.
He left Ajax after he decided not to renew his contract with the team. He joined Sampdoria on a one year deal. He also played well at Sampdoria despite the club being unable challenge for the Scudetto. He left Sampdoria to Join Real Madrid after making 32 appearances and scoring 3 goals. He joined Madrid in 1996 and he played for 3 years at the Spanish Capital. He left Madrid after his role was reduced by the then Real Madrid boss Guss Hiddink.
He joind Inter Milan for €23m and played for two years, before a swap deal involving Francesco Coco took him to Ac Milan in 2002.
He Played at Milan for 10 years, where he achieved so many great things. He won the Champions League with Ac Milan too. Seedorf moved to Botagogo after his 10 years stay at Milan ended. He played for Botafogo till he retired. Seedorf retired on the 14th of January 2014, and he took up the Job at Milan after Maximiliano Allegri was sacked. He has since managed Shenzhen, Deportivo La Coruna, and the Cameroonian National Team.
He also played for the Netherlands national team 87 times, scoring 11 goals.
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