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Perek Belleh

Perek Belleh (born January 2, 1982) is a retired Nigerian-American soccer player, who has last worked as Assistant coach of the LeMoyne College. Belleh currently owns and coaches a youth club in Central New York, AS Wolves.


After graduating, Belleh was drafted 10th overall by the Rochester Raging Rhinos in the 2004 A-League college draft.[1] However, shortly into the season the Rhinos released him; nevertheless, Belleh managed to acquire a contract a level up with the Revolution, who signed him to their developmental roster July 20.[2] Belleh did not, however, garnered any league playing time in his first season with the New England Revolution of Major League Soccer.[3] Belleh then moved to Germany and played for lower league German teams before returning to the United States.


  1. ^ Catching Up With: Perek Belleh
  2. ^ Perek Belleh 2004 InfoSport Soccer Player Profile
  3. ^ Catching Up With Perek Belleh (Part 2)

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