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Clarence Seedorf


Clarence Clyde Seedorf is a Dutch professional footballer who currently plays for Brazilian club Botafogo in the Campeonato Brasileiro Série A. Seedorf is the first player to have won theChampions League four times and with three different clubs – Ajax in 1995, Real Madrid in 1998 and Milan in 2003 and 2007. Seedorf started his career as a right midfielder for Ajax during the early 1990s. He made his professional debut on 29 November 1992 against Groningen. He was also a key member during Ajax's 1995 UEFA Champions League winning campaign, being replaced in the 53rd minute of the final by striker Nwankwo Kanu. Seedorf moved to Real Madrid in 1996. In his first season, he helped that team regain the La Liga title; in his second season (1997–98), he played a major role in the team's Champions League succesS. On 24 December 1999, Seedorf moved to Internazionale in a $24.35 million deal after cementing his place in the Real Madrid midfield for over three years. After two years with Internazionale, Seedorf moved to city rivals Milan in 2002, exchanged with Francesco Coco. He won the Coppa Italia with Milan in 2003, which was the first time they had won the competition in 26 years. On 30 June 2012, Seedorf signed a two-year contract with Botafogo. On 12 November 2006, Seedorf was recalled for the first time since June 2004 as a replacement for the injured Wesley Sneijder.
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