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ROBBERT TE LOEKE
Born: 01 December 1988
Came from: Achilles '29, Netherlands Went to: Released
First game: 08 August 2017 Last game: 15 August 2017
Appearances: 2 (2/0) Goals: 0
Born in Arnhem in the Netherlands, te Loeke began his football at the age of five with SML in his home town. In 2004 the 15-year-old joined the youth academy at FC Utrecht, 40 miles away, and two years later came a life-changing opportunity to join Werder Bremen in Germany. However, a registration dispute with his former club left him on the sidelines and ultimately saw his two-year contract at Bremen terminated after just eight months.
After seven months without a club, the 6ft 4in goalkeeper signed for Dutch First Division (second tier) side SC Cambuur in 2008. In July 2010 he played for Cambuur in a pre-season 3-3 draw with Peter Reid's Argyle, who were on a three-match tour of the Netherlands. A year later he made his senior debut, at the age of 22, the first of 18 appearances for Cambuur before leaving to join second-tier rivals SC Veendam in 2012. The move was not a success; within a year Veendam were declared bankrupt and te Loeke was without a club.
In the summer of 2013 he enjoyed a tough pre-season training schedule with Derek Adams at Ross County, but that August signed for FC Dordrecht back in his home country's second tier. He played 41 times in three campaigns for Dordrecht, including three games in the Dutch top tier after his side's short-lived promotion.
In July 2016 he joined yet another Dutch second-tier rival, this time a 12-month contract with Achilles '29, for whom he kept goal 39 times but could not prevent his side's relegation to the Dutch Second Division (third tier).
In June 2017 the 28-year-old shot-stopper became Derek Adams' sixth summer signing and Argyle's third Dutch capture, following in the footsteps of Eric van Rossum (1992) and Marcel Seip (2006).
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