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Clarence Seedorf – born April 1, 1976 – is a pundit for the BBC’s World Cup football coverage

He’s a Dutch former footballer and former manager of A.C. Milan.

Seedorf is the first player to have won the Champions League four times and with three different clubs – Ajax in 1995, Real Madrid in 1998 and Milan in 2003 and 2007.

In 2012 and 2014, Seedorf took part in Soccer Aid, a charity match at Old Trafford with former professional players and celebrities.

He played for “The Rest Of The World” team against England. In 2014, he scored a hat-trick and The Rest of the World won 4-2 and they raised over £4Million.

The 2014/15 season sees Football Focus celebrate its 40th anniversary, as Dan Walker once again takes the helm on BBC One and BBC One HD. New for this campaign the programme welcomes the magic of the FA Cup to the BBC. Dan and the team…

Kate Abdo (nee Giles) – born 8th September 1981 – is a presenter for Fox Sports. Previously, she had anchored sports at DW-TV, a German TV channel, and worked for CNN from July 2009. In August 2011, Kate left CNN and joined Sky Deutschland, where…

The BBC today announced their on-air team for the European Football Championships in Poland and Ukraine. The coverage, which begins on Friday 8th June, will be led by Gary Lineker and will include 16 live games, including a potential England quarter final, both semi finals…

The BBC has announced their plans for the World Cup 2010. Gary Lineker will front The BBC?s coverage of the world cup. he will be joined by experts Jurgen Klinsmann, Clarence Seedorf, Emmanuel Adebayor, Alan Hansen, Alan Shearer, Lee Dixon and Gordon Strachan. Guy Mowbray,…