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Full name  Jean Ludovic Butelle
1989–1991  FC Carnot Chatillons
Weight  84 kg
Number  1
Height  1.88 m

Playing position  Goalkeeper
Role  Footballer
Place of birth  Reims, France
Name  Ludovic Butelle
Date joined  June 10, 2014
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Date of birth  (1983-04-03) 3 April 1983 (age 32)
Current team  Angers SCO (#1 / Goalkeeper)
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Jean Ludovic Butelle (born 3 April 1983) is a French footballer who plays for Club Brugge KV in Belgium as a goalkeeper.

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Club career

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Born in Reims, Butelle began his career at FC Metz, in 2001–02's Ligue 1, appearing in six matches. He became a regular subsequently, after which he was signed by Spanish club Valencia CF in July 2004 touted as a possible replacement for aging Andrés Palop and Santiago Cañizares; he also served a six-month loan at Hércules CF for the rest of his first season.

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From 2005 to 2007, with Palop departed, Butelle eventually became backup, replacing another veteran, Juan Luis Mora. On 29 November 2006, after making his La Liga debut on 19 March 2006 in a 1–2 away loss against Racing de Santander, his sole in that campaign, he extended his contract – due to expire in June 2009 – for a further three years.

For 2007–08, Butelle was again loaned, this time to fellow league team Real Valladolid: after starting as first-choice, he eventually lost the battle with youngster Sergio Asenjo (18) and veteran Alberto (38). After considering a return to France for the remainder of the campaign, he eventually stayed until his loan expired.

However, Butelle would be loaned once more for 2008–09, now to French top division side Lille OSC. At the season's close, the move was made permanent.

In the following years, Butelle competed in his country's Ligue 2, with Nîmes Olympique, AC Arles-Avignon and Angers SCO. He signed a three-year contract with the latter succeeding veteran Grégory Malicki.

Honours

Club Brugge
  • Belgian First Division A: 2015–16
  • Belgian Super Cup: 2016
  • Belgian Cup: Runner-up 2015–16
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