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Leye on voetbalpensioen: ode to the recordschutter of PO1
Jupiler Pro League this Morning announced Mbaye Leye (36) in his football boots to the hook hangs. “I have the end of a beautiful part of my life,” said the Senegalese striker. In twelve Belgian seasons, he made 121 goals in six Belgian clubs. A glance at his well-filled career at the hand of some notable figures.

5 August 2007 Leye his debut on the Belgian football fields. Francky Dury drops him in the base at Zulte Waregem in the home game against Standard. The Standard of Michel Preud'homme, Marouane Fellaini and Axel Witsel turns out, however, too strong: 1-4. Leye is substituted after 74 minutes, but expresses, nevertheless, his stamp.

Goal number one scores, the then 24-year-old striker in the Jules Ottenstadion in Ghent. The first of a future cart-load of goals. Leye scored 121 goals in the Jupiler Pro League. Tel also 13 bekerdoelpunten and three European matches, and it is clear why Leye, the youngest 12 years of age Jelle Vossen (132) had to tolerate in terms of doelpuntenproductie with a Belgian club (read more).

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