A good number of new generation football fans may not really know of him but former Dutch professional footballer, Clarence Seedorf is one of the greatest ever midfielders the football world has ever seen. Seedorf started his senior football career in Netherland side, Ajax in 1992 where he played for three years between 1992 and 1995. In his time at the club, the midfielder made 65 appearances during which he scored 11 goals and won a number of trophies including the Eredivisie, the KNVB cup, the Dutch super cup and the UEFA Champions league which he won during his last season at the club. His next stop was Sampdoria where he played for a year before moving to Real Madrid in 1996. At Madrid, he played for three years, a period during which he helped the Spanish team win the Laliga title and his second Champions league title (1998). He won his third Champions league title during his time at AC Milan in 2003, becoming the first and only player to have won the highly coveted title with three different clubs. After his 10 year spell at Milan came to an end in 2012, he played for Serie A side, Botafogo for 2 years before retiring in 2014.