Vincenzo "Enzo" Daniele Scifo is a retired Belgian football midfielder who is regarded as one of Belgium's greatest ever footballers. He has also managed the Belgium national under-21 football team and several Belgian club sides. He played for clubs in Belgium, France and Italy, where he won several domestic titles. At international level, he was a member of the Belgian national team, for which he appeared in four FIFA World Cups, being one of three Belgian players ever to do so.
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About Enzo Scifo
Attacking midfielder who played for the Belgian national team from 1984-1998 and played professionally from 1983-2001 for a variety of teams.
He began playing for R.A.A. Louvieroise when he was 7 years old.
He went on to manage clubs after his playing career was over.
He was born in Haine-Saint-Paul, Belgium.
Attacking midfielder Marc Wilmots was his teammate on Belgium.
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