Laurent Delorge

Laurent Delorge

Belgian footballer
Date of Birth: 21.07.1979
Country: Belgium

Content:
  1. Biography of Laurent Delorge
  2. Early Career
  3. Club Career
  4. Conclusion

Biography of Laurent Delorge

Laurent Delorge is a Belgian football player who currently plays as a midfielder for the amateur club "Ajax Zaterdag". He has previously played for professional clubs such as Roda, Ajax, ADO Den Haag, Anderlecht, Lierse, Coventry City, and Ghent.

Early Career

Laurent Delorge began his professional career at the age of 19 with the Belgian club Ghent. He played 10 matches and scored 5 goals for Ghent. In 1998, Delorge moved to Coventry City in England, but he did not become a regular player for the club during his three seasons there.

Club Career

In 2002, Delorge was offered a chance to return to the Belgian league, this time with Lierse. He quickly established himself as a key player in the team. His excellent performances caught the attention of Belgium's top club, Anderlecht. However, Delorge had a disappointing season with Anderlecht and his contract was terminated on February 17, 2006.

Delorge later signed a contract with the Dutch club ADO Den Haag. He spent only one season with ADO Den Haag and left the club after they were relegated from the top division of the Netherlands.

In 2007, Delorge joined Amsterdam-based club Ajax, signing a two-year contract. He made his debut for Ajax on August 19, 2007, in a match against De Graafschap, which ended in a resounding 8-1 victory for Ajax. During the 2006/2007 season, Delorge played 4 matches and scored 1 goal. However, he did not become a regular starter and spent the entire 2007/2008 season playing for Ajax's reserve team.

In January 2009, Delorge moved to Roda in Kerkrade. He signed a contract with Roda until 2011.

Conclusion

Laurent Delorge has had a varied career, playing for several clubs in Belgium, England, and the Netherlands. Although he did not achieve great success at the highest level, Delorge has shown his talent and commitment throughout his career.

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