Clarence Seedorf 44-years-old Dutch footballer is named as COPPER Let’s Prowess Legend.

Clarence Seedorf, a former world-class midfielder.

Clarence Seedorf age 44-years-old has been unanimously elected as Copper Let’s Prowess Legend and now he is part of the Hall of Frames.

Let’s Prowess legends are genuine human beings who deserve such recognition due to their exceptional and remarkable % Prowess “Skills-Knowledge” in their respective Passions.

At the bottom of the article you will find the answer of what is Let’s Prowess.

We, the journalists, have to propose candidates who played extraordinary % Prowess “Skills-Knowledge” in their respective Passions certainly to be named as Let’s Prowess Legends.

The candidates are actually inactive, retired or dead.

If Let’s Prowess agrees with our proposals, then the same Let’s Prowess decides the colour of the frame. Let’s Prowess also takes into account the candidates behaviour in all scenarios, inside and outside their Passions.

Those who had terrible role model such as egregious, cheater, drunk, spoilt, foolish, rude, uneducated, etc, do not represent the symbol of Let’s Prowess and therefore, are not considered. Fair enough.

I proposed Clarence Seedorf as a great example of what I personally think is a Let’s Prowess Legend. I believe the Dutch football player is the perfect role model to represent the symbol of Let’s Prowess. I explain the reasons why below.

Clarence Seedorf style of play Passion for Football was in another % Prowess level. He played with significant tactical intelligence.

And it is no wonder, Clarence Seedorf speaks six languages fluently: Dutch, English, Italian, Portuguese, Spanish and Sranan Tongo, or Taki Taki, the national dialect of Suriname.

He is also a thinker, coach, philanthropist and motivational speaker at the Oxford Union.Clarence Seedorf instagram has more than 1M followers.

Article by Boudewijn Van Der Beek.
Journalist, bachelor’s degree at Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam, Netherlands.

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31st January 2021

Hello Let’s Prowess fans, what a pleasure to introduce you this new section within Let’s Prowess News.

As a Dutch guy, supporter of Ajax and fan of Clarence Seedorf, I am going to really enjoy writing this article.

I remember two best trios in the world with Seedorf. One with Andrea Pirlo, Clarence Seedorf and Kaka, later Ronaldinho. The other in Ajax, known as “De Kabel”, composed of Patrick Kluivert, Edgar Davids and Clarence Seedorf. 

I grew up watching Seedorf latest seasons at Milan, my father told me how good he was playing for Real Madrid and also in his early beginnings with Ajax. I have watched many of those football games again and again.

Firstly, thanks to Let’s Prowess for admitting my well-reasoned proposal. When I asked L.P what they understood by behaviour, they said that they wanted to recognise admired role models who are actually making the world a better place and they are good examples for kids.

They want legends who regardless of their appearance, they are characterised by the next attributes: Smart, personality, attitude, gentle, kind, courteous, helpful, good manners

Immediately an image of Seedorf came to my mind, he was and still is a pure class. Seedorf was born on 01 April 1976 in Paramaribo, Suriname. He was raised in Almere, where he moved when he was two years old.

The day Clarence Seedorf came to Ajax in the early 1990s was the beginning of his dream, before being discovered and recruited to the ranks of nearby Dutch giants Ajax by Urgent Scoutingteam, the talent agency set up by Johan Cruyff. 

Seedorf made his professional debut on 29 November 1992 against Groningen at the age of 16 years, making him the youngest-ever debutant for Ajax, at the time. He established himself as the first choice under manager Louis van Gaal, in the 1993-1994 season.

Clarence Seedorf Ajax best goals

Clarence Seedorf Real Madrid deal happened in 1996 after signed a one-year contract with Sampdoria, Italian Serie A. During the three seasons with Los Blancos (1996-1999), Seedorf won a Champions League (1998) and a La Liga title (1997).

Seedorf playing for Real Madrid scored one of the most memorable goals of all time against Atletico Madrid in 1997

On 24 December 1999, Clarence Seedorf moved to Inter, he is remembered by Inter fans for his two goals against Juventus in a 2-2 draw on March 2002. After two years with Inter, he moved to their city rivals Milan in 2002.

Kaka and Seedorf became increasingly impressive as the pair combined in style to score and supply the goals which drove Milan past Bayern Munich and Manchester United to another Champions League Final, against Liverpool. Milan defeated Liverpool by 2-1 in Athens, with Seedorf collecting his fourth Champions League.

Clarence Seedorf Milan 2006-07 season, was voted best midfielder of the Champions League. After 10 years at Milan winning two Champions League, two Scudettos and a Coppa Italia, he held a press conference on June 2012 announcing his departure from Milan, “I am leaving after 10 wonderful years, I leave a family”.

The same June 2012, Seedorf signed a two-year contract with Brazilian club Botafogo and on 14 January 2014, Seedorf announced his retirement.

Clarence Seedorf Prowess “Skills – Knowledge” in the Passion for Football

A world class midfielder, in addition to his fitness and athletic characteristics, as well as his ability to break down opposing plays and win back possession.

Seedorf has admitted that his versatility as a player led to him being played out of position for most of his career. Seedorf was a hardworking and versatile player with notable physical attributes, which allowed him to play anywhere and contribute both offensively and defensively.

Due to his significant tactical intelligence, he served as a playmaker in the centre and deployed as an attacking midfielder and out on the wing.

He was an elegant, creative, effective free kick taker, outstanding technique, accurate striking ability from distance with either foot and an excellent dribbler. Great vision, which enabled him to retain possession when under pressure.

Seedorf was also an accurate crosser and passer. Despite his physical and energetic style of play, he was sent off only two times in his whole career.

Clarence Seedorf best goals

Clarence Seedorf facts

  1. Clarence Seedorf legs muscle were impressively monstrous thighs.
  2. Clarence Seedorf won 4 Champions League(Ajax, Real Madrid, AC Milan) – (1995, 1998, 2003, 2007). The Dutch midfielder is the only player to have won the Champions League with three different clubs.
  3. Clarence Seedorf net worth of $20 million.
  4. Clarence Seedorf wife, he is married to a Brazilian woman, Luviana Seedorf, they have four children.
  5. Clarence Seedorf height, 1.77 m.
  6. Seedorf decided to leave Madrid because according to him, the club needed money and he was the highest ticket for them to sell. Madrid and Juventus wanted to swap Seedorf for Zidane at the end of the 1998-1999 season, but the deal did not go through and the French playmaker waited two more years before joining Real Madrid.
  7. The number of Seedorf was predominantly the number 10.
  8. Clarence Seedorf Netherlands was in the Dutch squad for the UEFA European Championships in 1996 where his penalty miss proved decisive in the quarter-final shootout defeat to France. He also appeared for the Netherlands at Euro 2000 and 2004, as well as the 1998 FIFA World Cup, reaching the semi-finals.
  9. If you wonder, where is Seedorf now? Clarence Seedorf today, well, last time we heard about him was on 12 January 2021. He was with khabib Nurmagomedov playing a football friendly match in Dubai. They are good friends and they have the same admiration for each other. 

Because of his strong connection with the country Suriname, where he was born, Clarence Seedorf is involved in many social development projects there. He built his own “Clarence Seedorf Stadium” in Suriname, where he supports projects for good causes.

For this, Suriname has honoured him to Commandor of the High-Order of the Yellow Star, and recently in 2011, he was invested as a Knight of the OON.

On 5 June 2009, Seedorf announced at a press conference after a meeting with Nelson Mandela that he had become the Nelson Mandela Foundation latest Legacy Champion. He joined members of a select group of philanthropists who are helping to ensure that Mr. Mandela legacy lives on.

Thank you for reading, stay safe and Let’s Prowess, see you.


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