What is Dorian Dervite, ex-Charlton Athletic and Bolton Wanderers player, doing these days?


Dorian Dervite played for Charlton Athletic between 2012 and 2014 and for Bolton Wanderers between 2014 and 2018.

Born in France, Dervite came through the Lille of his childhood before joining Tottenham Hotspur’s academy.

Dervite appeared in just one League Cup game for Spurs before joining League One side Southend United on loan for the 2008/09 season.

After failing at White Hart Lane, Dervite joined Villarreal where he played in their B side for two seasons before returning to London in 2012 to join Championship side Charlton Athletic.

In his first season at The Valley, Charlton missed out on the play-offs by just three points with the Frenchman making 30 appearances. The following season was a different story as the eight-time France Under-21 international played a huge role in the Addicks’ survival, making 40 appearances and scoring two crucial goals in wins against Bournemouth and Yeovil Town as they survived the drop.

Dervite swapped London for the North West when he joined Bolton in 2014 playing three seasons with Wanderers, including a campaign in League One before Wanderers immediately returned to the Championship. Dervite struggled to secure a place at Bolton Wanderers, leaving after making 99 appearances in four years.

But what is Dervite up to these days?

After leaving Bolton Wanderers at the end of his contract in 2018, Dervite joined Belgian side RSC Charleroi before moving on loan to Eredivisie side NAC Breda, who were relegated to the bottom of the Dutch top flight in the Frenchman’s only campaign.

Dervite then continued his journeyman phase when he joined Cypriot side Doxa Katokopias for the 2019/20 campaign, then left to join Belgium’s KSV Roeselare, who folded after being relegated from the second tier in 2020.

Now 34, Dervite continues to play for RAEC Mons 44 of the Belgian Thirty, a phoenix club from the former second division RAEC Mons, where he has played since 2020.


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