Pascal Vaudequin

Pascal Vaudequin

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Pascal Vaudequin (born 22 September 1966 in Paris) is a former French footballer who spent the most part of his career playing in the League of Ireland after meeting his wife there and subsequently, he fell in love with the north-western region. He is currently working as a youth development officer with numerous associations around Northern Ireland, in particular, Trojans F.C.


Early Career and Derry City

Vaudequin began playing football as a young boy after being inspired by the Dutch national football team and Johann Cruijff during the 1974 FIFA World Cup. He began his career with USL Dunkerque before moving to Ireland in the Summer of 1987 to sign for Derry City. He made his League of Ireland debut for the Candystripes on the 13th of September against Bray Wanderers. Vaudequin was pivotal in the hugely successful treble winning Derry City team of 1989. He later left in 1991, returning to France to play for Orléans Rodez before re-signing for Derry in 1993 where he stayed for a further three seasons. During his two spells at Derry he won 1 League of Ireland title, 2 FAI Cups and 4 League Cups in what proved to be the Candystripes' most successful era. Whilst playing for Derry, Vaudequin was referred to as "Paddy Quinn" or "Paddy Vandequin" by supporters, who found difficulty in pronouncing his name.

Post-Derry City

Vaudequin left Derry City in 1997...
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