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Sebastien Le Toux

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Updated Sunday October 14, 2018 by Soccer Office.

Sebastien Le Toux

Sébastien Le Toux is a retired French footballer who spent the majority of his professional career at Philadelphia Union. The versatile attacker, who became Philadelphia's first All-Star representative in 2010, was widely regarded as one of the hardest workers in the league.

Le Toux retired as the Union’s all-time leader in nearly every major offensive category, including games played (175), goals (50), assists (50), shots (320), shots on goal (144) and corner kicks (379).

Born: 1984 Mont-Saint-Aignan, France

a well-traveled MLS career that saw the Frenchman become a cult hero at several clubs, but nowhere more so than the Philadelphia Union.

 

Philadelphia Union all-time leader in:

Goals: Sebastien Le Toux

Assists: Sebastien Le Toux

Appearances: Sebastien Le Toux

 

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 “Sebastien Le Toux has played a vital role in our organization’s history and it’s fitting that he’s retiring as a member of the Philadelphia Union,” said Union head coach Jim Curtin. “He was key in our club’s success and created memorable moments.

“Whether scoring a hat trick in our first official home match, to scoring the first playoff goal in Union history, or leading us to back-to-back Open Cup Finals, Sebastien always brought his best for the club. He is the face of the Philadelphia Union and we’re happy to be a part of his final chapter in his career.”