Clarence Seedorf's nephew scores for League of Ireland team 2 weeks ago

Clarence Seedorf's nephew scores for League of Ireland team

No pressure kid.

The nephew of Dutch legend Clarence Seedorf, Quentin Seedorf, scored for his new League of Ireland side Cork City in a pre-season friendly.

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Quentin is currently on trial for the Irish side who he is hoping to secure a long term deal with, and got of to a good start scoring against UCC in a friendly game.

Unlike his famous uncle who etched his name in history as one of the greatest midfielders in the game, the young prospect plays at left back, but can push up to play on the wing as well.

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Seedorf came up through the academy at Vitesse Arnhem in his homeland, before moving to Polish outfit Zaglebie Sosnowiec in 2019.

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He is expected to play the upcoming friendly against Limerick outfit Treaty United this week.

The 22-year-old would certainly bring a lot of attention to the Cork team, especially if his uncle were ever to attend a match.

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Clarence Seedorf was one of the giants in European football who had a stellar career, playing for some of the biggest clubs in the game such as Real Madrid, AC Milan, Inter Milan, Ajax, and Sampdoria.

The Dutch star is also one of the few players to win the European Cup four times, once with AC Milan, two with Real Madrid, and once with Ajax in the 90's.

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Seedorf still holds the record of being the only player in history to lift the Champions League with three different clubs.

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Cork City will play first division football for the first time since 2020 next season and their first game will be against Dublin side Bohemian's on the 17th of February.

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