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Following on from our loan signing of Miki Scouse, I was talking at work today with my mate Nava and he asked me have we ever had a Spaniard pull on the famous blue shirt before. I racked my brain for a full 3 or 4 seconds and couldn't think of one. That got me thinking about other Johnny Foreigners that have graced Boundary Park.

 

1. Carl Valentine - Canada

2. Ronnie Blair - One of the Irelands (apologies for not remembering which one)

3. Chris Killen - New Zealand

4. Neil Eardley - Wales

5. Gary MacDonald - Scotland

6. Ricki Kowenicki - Poland

7. Sean Gregan - Planet Gregan (He's made of Kryptonite you know!!!!)

8. Les Pogliacomi - Australia

9. Diego - Spain (Well he nearly played, but still a ledge somehow)

 

Any offers from you guys to add to my little list? :mmm:

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Christian Colusso (South American, Argentine i think, Still spanish speaking )

Lorenco, see above.

Carlo Corrizan (4 goals vs. Wrexham anyone?) - Canadian

Dougie Hodgson Aussie

 

AND FINALLY!!!!!!

 

GUNNER HALLE!!!

 

Could add more, we could field a full team of foreginers in 1999/2000. But i have to run!

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2. Ronnie Blair - One of the Irelands (apologies for not remembering which one)

Northern Ireland

 

Andy Goram - Jockland

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Christian Colusso (South American, Argentine i think, Still spanish speaking )

Lorenco, see above.

Carlo Corrizan (4 goals vs. Wrexham anyone?) - Canadian

Dougie Hodgson Aussie

 

AND FINALLY!!!!!!

 

GUNNER HALLE!!!

 

Could add more, we could field a full team of foreginers in 1999/2000. But i have to run!

Colusso is indeed Argentine

Lourenco - Portuguese

Clyde Wijnhaard - Dutch

Julian Baudet - French

Calvin Zola - Congolese

Lord Kangana Ndiwa - Swedish/Congolese

Mickael Antoine-Curier - French

Rodney Jack - St Vincent

Jermaine Johnson - Jamaican

David Miskelly - The land of fat, useless rubbish

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We did have a spaniard on trial once, saw him play for reserves.

I think he was called Jesus and was a midfielder.

If my memory serves me well [which it usually doesn't], wasn't he a student studying at Salford or something?

????????

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This site is just phenominal. Pure football (Tics) talk, once you put a posting on you know fellow blues will come up trumps, i just love it. (Think i'm having one of those sentimental Friday night moments thanks to my good mate Stella!)

 

Just to add to my original list....

 

Does Vic Halom (as in "King Of All Geordies) count cos I don't know what country he was from but no bugger could tell a darn word he said!!!!!!!!!!!!

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This site is just phenominal. Pure football (Tics) talk, once you put a posting on you know fellow blues will come up trumps, i just love it. (Think i'm having one of those sentimental Friday night moments thanks to my good mate Stella!)

 

Just to add to my original list....

 

Does Vic Halom (as in "King Of All Geordies) count cos I don't know what country he was from but no bugger could tell a darn word he said!!!!!!!!!!!!

Wasn't Vic Halom a Mackem? If so, yes, definitely counts as foreign. As does anywhere in the north-east! :wink:

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can other come up with a load a guys from over the border

 

Bobby johnstone, jimmy frizzell, martin buchan, alan, young, paul kane,willie donnachie, paul bernard, graham sharp, joe mcbride and the mcniven bros

 

and another NI player currently with us Alan Blayney

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can other come up with a load a guys from over the border

 

Bobby johnstone, jimmy frizzell, martin buchan, alan, young, paul kane,willie donnachie, paul bernard, graham sharp, joe mcbride and the mcniven bros

 

and another NI player currently with us Alan Blayney

Officially, only one McNiven brother was from over the border :Scotland::England: . Scott chose to be Scottish, David was English.

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Everyone has forgotten Paul Rachubka, american??

 

Neal Eardly - Welsh

 

 

But forget the internationals. Lets name Oldhamers.

 

CHRISSY TAYLOR!

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can other come up with a load a guys from over the border

 

Bobby johnstone, jimmy frizzell, martin buchan, alan, young, paul kane,willie donnachie, paul bernard, graham sharp, joe mcbride and the mcniven bros

 

and another NI player currently with us Alan Blayney

If over the border counts, Bez was from Rochdale.

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