Dorian Dervite Vaussoue was born on the 25th July, 1988 making him 25 years old.
Dervite started his career with French club Lille but in July 2006 he moved to England to join and train in the Tottenham Hotspur youth academy. He made his competitive debut for Tottenham in the 3–1 win over Port Vale in the League Cup 4th round on 8th November 2006 where he partnered Michael Dawson in the heart of the Spurs defence.
Dervite suffered a knee injury while playing for the Spurs reserve side during a friendly match against Norwich City in early January 2007, which kept him out for several months. In January 2009, Dervite joined Southend United on loan until the end of the season. Dervite came second in Southend's player of the season vote after a very successful loan playing 18 league games (no goals). He then signed for Villarreal B where he played 23 league matches, making his debut against Las Palmas. Dervite left Villarreal B to sign for English Championship side Charlton Athletic. Dervite scored his first Charlton goal in a 1–1 draw away at Leeds United. On 17th May 2013, Dervite signed a one year contract extension. In all Dorian played 70 league games for Charlton scoring 5 goals.
Dervite has represented France at U-15, U-16, U-17 an U-18 levels, he plays at international level for France U-19. He has been a regular for France's youth teams and has captained them on occasions. He was called up to the Under-21 squad to face Estonia and England. He has been called for the international Toulon Tournament again with the U21, then against Poland and for the U21 European Championship qualifiers against Lithuania and Ukraine. He scored his first goal for France in a home draw with Poland U21 on 12th August 2009 with an 80th minute shot to make it 2–1 to France with the game ending 2–2, his last game for the Under-21's came in their 3–1 away win over Slovenia U21 on 5th September 2009
Here's Dorian scoring a goal and sending the Charlton commentators 'nuts'! -
Anybody read that last bit and thought I meant it?
You know me just too well!