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Marc Gabriel de Gryse, or Degryse (born September 4, 1965 in Roeselaremarker), nicknamed Le Lutin d'Ardooie ("The Imp of Ardooie") and The Little One, is a former Belgianmarker footballer, who played as a forward.

Club career

Degryse played with equal success in the Belgian First Division with giants Club Brugge KV and R.S.C. Anderlecht, six years apiece, moving to the latter in 1989 for a then-record 2.25 million, and proceeding to win five leagues combined, three in a row.

He then moved for £1.5 million to Sheffield Wednesday, but left after just one season, moving to Hollandmarker with PSV Eindhoven, where he often struggled with injuries.

Degryse retired in 2002, after spells back in Belgium with K.A.A. Gent and K.F.C. Germinal Beerschot, having played 543 professional matches and scored 212 clubs. He returned to Club Brugge as a technical director the following year, before he eventually resigned due to bad results in late January 2007, alongside longtime former teammate, coach Franky Van der Elst.

International career

On the national level, Degryse played 63 matches with the Belgium national football team, and scored 23 times. He was summoned for the squads at two FIFA World Cups: 1990 and 1994, scoring twice in seven outings.

His debut came just one day after his 19th birthday, in a friendly with Argentina.

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References

  1. Degryse leaves his Marc; UEFA.com, 17 May 2002
  2. Clément in his element; UEFA.com, 4 February 2005
  3. Tottenham look to African future; BBC Sport, 19 December 2006


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