Enzo Scifo - Early Life

Early Life

Scifo was born in La Louvière. He proved himself a highly promising talent in youth football and was nicknamed "Little Pele" at his local team. Scifo joined the local side La Louvière aged fourteen but soon transferred to Anderlecht, making his first team debut in 1983.

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