Yves Vanderhaeghe

Yves Vanderhaeghe

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Yves Vanderhaeghe (born 30 January 1970 in Roeselaere) is a retired Belgian footballer who played as a defensive midfielder.

Known for his tackling, hard-working approach and stamina, he played for five different clubs during his 22-year professional career.

A late bloomer, Vanderhaeghe reached the Belgian national team at only 29, but still went on to collect nearly 50 caps, representing the nation in one World Cup and one European Championship.

Club career

At the age of 16, Vanderhaeghe moved from hometown's K.S.V. Roeselare to Cercle Brugge KSV, on loan, but he only played one match in two seasons. Subsequently, he returned to his first club, playing four years in the Belgian Third Division and two in the second, now with the shirt of R.E. Mouscron.

Vanderhaeghe first established himself in the top level with K.S.C. Eendracht Aalst, amassing more than 100 official appearances, and adding 11 goals in the league alone. In January 1998, he returned to Mouscron, scoring a career-best eight times in the 1999–2000 season, as the Wallonia club finished in fourth position, nearly qualifying for the UEFA Cup.

Aged already 30, Vanderhaeghe signed with country giants R.S.C. Anderlecht. In his first two years combined, he appeared in 65 matches, helping the Brussels club to the league and the domestic supercup in his debut campaign; in the following years, he began to be irregularly used, due to persistent injury problems.

During the winter-break of the 2006–07 season, 37-year old...
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