Ulrich Le Pen

Ulrich Le Pen

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Ulrich Le Pen (born 21 January 1974 in Auray, Brittany) is a French footballer currently a free agent


Le Pen began his professional career with Rennes where he spent six years. In 110 games, he scored once. Either a winger or central midfielder, he is renowned for his passing. He moved to Laval where he scored 14 goals in 50 games within two seasons. In 2001, he moved to Lorient, where in two seasons he scored 14 times in 63 games, scoring every 4.5 games. He stayed with Lorient until November 2001. Despite interest from Rangers F.C He was then transferred to Ipswich Town for FRF 15 million (GBP 1.4 million). He only played once, but got injured almost immediately resulting in only 12 minutes of play for the club, and never played again for Ipswich; it is assumed that his family and himself never really settled in England.

After that short taste of Premiership football, he returned to France and joined Strasbourg. He scored 16 times in 105 games and scored Strasourg's first goal of the 2005/06 with a free kick. He left to join FC Lorient. On 25 June 2009 the 35 year old winger left FC Lorient to sign for Stade Lavallois.


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