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791. Jan Lastuvka to 810. Jordan Spence

791= Jan LASTUVKA ... (2008 - 2009)

Born: Born: Havirov, Czech Republic 07/07/1982

Signed: SHAKHTAR DONETSK (Ukraine)

Date: 3rd August 2008

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Debut: WATFORD 23rd September 2008

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Started his career at Czech side MFK Karviná and later moved to FC Baník Ostrava for four years. The next step in his career was Ukrainian top club Shakhtar Donetsk. He played a couple of Champions-League and UEFA Cup-matches at this time. Jan joined Fulham in August 2006, just prior to the close of the transfer window. He left Fulham after manager Lawrie Sanchez decided not to pay the asking fee Shakhtar wanted for him. According to the Ukrainian League regulations there have to be four domestic players on the field. Because of this rule they didn't want to take Laštůvka back. So he went on a loan to German side VfL Bochum until the end of the 2007-2008 season. At the end of the season Bochum was interested to sign him but due to the high transfer fee (4 million Euro) they decided to sign Portuguese keeper Fernandes from PAOK F.C. instead. On the 3rd August 2008 Lastuvka signed for West Ham United on loan, making it three Czech goalkeepers at the club, joining his two compatriots, the highly rated shot-stopper Marek Stech, and goalkeeping coach Ludek Miklosko at the Boleyn Ground. Making his debut for the Hammers in a 3rd Round Carling Cup tie away defeat at Watford on 23rd September 2008 where much of the blame for the defeat was directed towards the giant Czech keeper. After making the one Cup appearance in his season loan deal on the 26th May 2009 it was announced that Lastuvka was returning to FC Shakhtar. On 4 August 2009 Laštůvka signed a three-year deal with Ukrainian team FC Dnipro Dnipropetrovsk for €3 million.

791= Walter LOPEZ ... (2008 - 2009)

Born: Montevideo, Uruguay 15/10/1985

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Born: La Algaba, Seville, Spain 05/01/1976

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Born: Kampala, Uganda 27/07/1989

Signed: BASCIA CALCIO Calcio (Italy)

Date: January 2009

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Debut: HULL CITY (sub) Upton Park 28th January 2009

Transferred: ACF FIORENTINA

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Born: Prague, Czech Republic 27/11/1979

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Born: Kidbrooke, London 26/11/1989

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Walter Alberto López known as Walter López can play in either defence or midfield. Signed on 5th September 2008 from Uruguyan club River Plate he was described by Kevin Keen (caretaker manager) as 'a very attacking full-back'. Lopez had 3 caps for the Uruguayan national team when he signed for the Hammers as a free agent. Walter made his Hammers debut along with Jan Lastuvka against Watford in a Carling Cup 3rd Round tie defeat at Vicarage Road 23rd September 2008. Having failed to impress and making just five more appearances, all from the substitutes bench. Walter was realesed at the end of the 2008-09 campaign Later played for Cerro, Brescia (loan), Universitate Craiova, Periarol, Cero Porterio.

793. Diego TRISTAN ... (2008 - 2009)

At his peak, Tristan was considered amongst the best strikers in Europe, displaying a vast array of skills: dribble, shot accuracy, aerial ability and off-the-ball movements. He was best known for his Deportivo de La Coruna spell. Tristan came through the youth teams of Real Betis B side and then Mallorca B. He made the top flight in 1999-2000 with Real Mallorca finishing the season with 18 goals from 39 matches. After nearly joining league Real Madrid during the summer of 2000, a deal which was barred by the out going president. Diego found himself joining Galician club Deportivo de La Coruna. In four seasons Tristan played 177 games produced 87 goals in the shirt of Deportivo, leaving the club in July 2006, amidst accusations he did not live like a professional athlete, and not doing all he’s capable to reach his best level. He was released along with former Hammer Lionel Scaloni on 1st September 2006. After being linked with several clubs in Spain and overseas Tristan agreed to rejoin Real Mallorca after a six-year hiatus but was released in January 2007, due to lack of fitness, form and no goals after 13 games. He signed a one-year contract with Serie A side A.S. Livorno Calcio in July 2007, but Tristan ultimately failed to impress with the Tuscany team, scoring only once in 21 outings in a season which saw them eventually drop to the Second Division. On 30th September 2008, it was confirmed he was undergoing a trail with the Hammers and on the 14th October the Spanish striker became the first new recruit under Gianfranco Zola. The 32-year-old, capped 15 times by his country, had been without a club and was a free agent since leaving Livorno at the end of the previous season. After being given time to work on his fitness, his first taste of the Premiership coming from the substitute’s bench against London rivals Tottenham Hotspur in a 0-2 reverse at Upton Park 8th December 2008. With Hammers first choice striker Dean Ashton out for most of the season, Diego along with David Di Michele were both given their chance at Upton Park. But sadly they failed to impress and were both shown the door in June 2009.

794. Savio NSEREKO  ... (2009 - 2   )

Born: Prato, Italy 02/05/1983

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Born: Basingstoke 25/11/1990

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Born: Santiago, Chile 17/06/1984

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Born: Lewisham, London 24/09/1991

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Born: Buenos Aires, Argentina 21/05/1983

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Born: Forest Gate, London 13/09/1989

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Born: Saint-Max, France 06/05/1986

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Born: Budapest, Hungary 30/05/1988

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Born: Ticino, Switzerland 19/02/1991

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795. Radoslav KOVAC ... (2009 - )

Experienced Czech Republic international joined the Hammers on loan from Russian club Spartak Moscow on 30th January 2009. The versatile 29-year-old, can slot comfortably into both the defensive midfield and central defensive roles. Kovac joined Sigma Olomouc as a teenager, making his first team debut at the age of 17 and progressing to the Czech Under-21 side. After spending six years with Sigma the tall, blonge player made the switch to Gambrinus League giants Sparta Prague in the summer of 2003. Kovac’s full international debut was ina 1-0 win over Romania in October 2004. In July 2005 he moved to Spartak Moscow where he played in both the UEFA Cup and Champions League and helping Spartak to runners-up spot in the Russia League in both 2006 and 2007. The tenacious midfielder has been a regular in the Czech squad and joined West Ham United on loan for an undisclosed fee until the end of the 2008-09 season with a view to a possible permanent transfer. Radoslav made his first-team bow in the F.A. Cup tie against Middlebrough at the Riverside Stadium 1st March 2009 which resulted in a 0-2 reverse. Seemingly unable to impress Gianafranco Zola the Czech man headed back to Russia to rejoin Spartak Moscow June 2009, but by the following month he was to sign a three year deal for an undisclosed fee.

796. Junior STANISLAS ... (2009 – 2   )

Having been with West Ham United since he was eleven, Junior Stanislas has had plenty of time to impress all at the club with his natural ability. Wider attention came during the 2007/08 campaign when he was selected for the England Under-19 friendly in Germany on 14 November. It was no more than he deserved after some sparkling form for the Under-18 side and the reserves - with that month also bringing a two-goal show for the second string in an 8-0 win away to Derby County. A south Londoner from Kidbrooke, Stanislas is not just about pace and power on the ball - particularly from wide positions - he also has a fine shot from distance and has good set-piece skills. Described by Tony Carr as "a goal-maker who can really damage defences", Stanislas could yet go on to realise his dream of making it to the first team. A foot injury frustrated him at the start of 2008 but he was soon back in action. He cites Kaka as the player he would most like to play against and would love to get to play at Anfield before Liverpool move to pastures new. Born on 26 November 1989, Stanislas, nicknamed Ju or Jr, is not too young that he does not remember Paolo Di Canio and cites the legendary Italian as his all-time favourite Hammer. He was part of Alan Curbishley's first-team squad that travelled to North American for the 2008/09 pre-season tour.

797. Josh PAYNE ... (2009 – 2   )

An energetic midfielder and sometime central defender, Josh Payne began the 2008/09 season as West Ham United's Under-18 captain. By the end of it, he was a regular member of Gianfranco Zola's first-team squad. After representing both Portsmouth and Southampton as a youngster, Payne joined West Ham in early 2007, impressing Academy Director Tony Carr with his all-round ability and attitude. The 2008/09 campaign saw Payne start the campaign captaining Carr's U18s. Having impressed at youth level, he was promoted to the reserve team for the opening Barclays Premier Reserve League fixture of the season against Chelsea at Brentford's Griffin Park. Payne did not look at all out of place in Alex Dyer's reserve team and impressed watching Cheltenham Town manager, and former Hammers midfielder, Martin Allen. Soon afterwards Allen asked West Ham to allow Payne to join the League One Robins on loan, which he did on 25 September 2008. The youngster would spend the next three months at Whaddon Road, scoring on his debut in a 2-2 draw with Stockport County before being sent-off in his second game for the club, a 3-3 draw at Brighton and Hove Albion. Payne would go on to make 13 league and cup appearances for Cheltenham. Back at Chadwell Heath, Payne was invited to train with the first-team squad, impressing manager Zola, who handed him his debut as a substitute in the 1-1 Barclays Premier League draw with Blackburn Rovers at Ewood Park on 21 March 2009. Basingstoke-born Payne went on to make his second first-team appearance in the 3-0 home defeat by Liverpool on 9 May.

798. Luis JIMINEZ ... (2009 – 2010)

Nicknamed 'El Mago' The Wizard in his homeland of Chile, Luis was widely renowned as one of the most exciting talents in South American football. Blessed with the ability to beat players with ease, Jimenez joined West Ham United on a season-long loan from Italian Serie A champions Internazionale in July 2009 and made his competitive debut in the 2-0 win at Molineux against Wolverhampton Wanderers 15 August 2009. Born in the Chilean capital Santiago, Jimenez began his career with Palestino in his homeland in 2000 before moving to Europe with Serie B side Ternana Calcio in 2002. He spent five seasons with Paolo Di Canio's former club, scoring 25 goals in 88 first-team appearances. After being named in his country's squad for the 2004 Copa America, Jimenez moved to ACF Fiorentina for the second half of the 2005/06 season, scoring three goals in 19 Serie A appearances for the Viola. That season also saw him voted as Chile's Player of the Year. Jimenez moved to Lazio in January 2007, netting two goals in 16 loan appearances for the Biancocelesti. He joined Inter on loan at the start of the 2007/08 season and enjoyed a successful first campaign at the Giuseppe Meazza stadium, scoring three goals in 15 Serie A appearances. The Nerazzurri made Jimenez's move to Milan permanent in the summer of 2008, with Inter claiming the title in his first campaign. At international level, Jimenez made his full debut for Chile against Peru on 28 April 2004, going on to be named in his country's squad for the 2004 Copa America in Peru. He went on to appear in five of his country's qualifying matches for the 2006 FIFA World Cup, scoring in the 2-1 home win over Venezuela, and became national team captain at the age of 22. He has appeared in two 2010 qualifiers so far. Marcelo Bielsa's side are riding high in second in the South American qualifying standings, a point behind leaders Brazil. The top five teams qualify automatically for the 2010 FIFA World Cup finals in South Africa. Unforturnaetly for ‘El Mago’ he didn’t live up to his nickname and like so many before him his form didn’t allow him to get into the rhythm of the English game. After making just seven starts for the club, with five appearances from the bench he looks set to join Parma after his six-month loan from Serie A rivals Internazionale ended in January 2010.

799. Frank NOUBLE ... (2009 – 2   )

West Ham United beat off stiff competition to announce the signing of striker Frank Nouble from Chelsea for an undisclosed fee on 21 July 2009. He made his Hammers first-team debut as a late substitute in the 2-0 win at Wolverhampton Wanderers on Saturday 15 August 2009. With several clubs keen on securing his services after he turned down a contract at Stamford Bridge, Nouble had previously had no hesitation in deciding to join the Hammers on a five-year deal. He made his debut when a West Ham XI took on Thurrock later that week and promptly scored a last-minute winner. In his next outing, two more goals followed to make it a dream start to his life in east London. Speaking to whufc.com during that whirlwind first week, he said: "The news came out that I rejected at Chelsea and obviously I thank them for what they have done for me but I am just happy that a club like West Ham came in for me. They showed their interest and for me it was a case of saying 'Yes' straight away. I am just happy to be here." Nouble was persuaded to move to the Hammers by fellow south Londoner Carlton Cole - another ex-Chelsea player. A former England Under-17 international, the powerful and speedy forward was Chelsea's leading scorer in the FA Premier Academy League in the 2008/09 season, netting 12 times in 20 appearances, including a hat-trick against Fulham. Nouble, who had been with Chelsea since the age of eleven, also scored twice in ten Barclays Premier Reserve League games in 2008/09, while he added a stunning further strike in the FA Youth Cup victory against Manchester United at Old Trafford in November.

The striker ended that campaign training under Guus Hiddink alongside the likes of Didier Drogba and Nicolas Anelka with Chelsea's first-team squad. Nouble was already well known to Zola and Clarke and not just because of his Chelsea connection. The forward scored twice against West Ham last season, notching in Chelsea's 4-3 reserve defeat by the Hammers in December, as well as the Blues' 4-2 Academy win at Little Heath last October. He scored six U18 goals in 2007/08, making his debut for Chelsea's reserve team in November 2007. He became a full-time scholar at Stamford Bridge in June 2008.

800. Alessandro DIAMANTI ... (2009 – 2   )

Alessandro Diamanti's arrival at West Ham United on 28 August 2009 from AS Livorno Calcio ended a long pursuit for the exciting forward. Hammers scouts had been running the rule over Diamanti for several months before his switch to east London but it was left as late as four days before the end of the summer transfer window before the deal was finally done. He became Gianfranco Zola's second major recruit from the Italian top flight after Chilean international Luis Jimenez arrived from Internazionale. Diamanti scored 18 times in 37 league and cup matches in the 2008/09 season, including six goals in the final ten matches of what proved a hugely successful campaign. After successfully passing a medical, he agreed a five-year contract at the Boleyn Ground and said he could not wait to get started in his new claret and blue No32 shirt. "I am very happy to be at West Ham United and to get the chance to play for Gianfranco Zola," he told whufc.com. "This is a big club and I want to give everything for the supporters." The club had been tracking the 5ft11ins Diamanti for several months because of his high-profile exploits with Livorno, particularly through his long-range shooting and set-piece prowess. He had originally moved to the Stadio Armando Picchi after an excellent 2006/07 season with his hometown club AC Prato that saw him score ten goals in 25 league outings. Diamanti had no hesitation in deciding to move to east London for the next stage of his career despite overtures from some of Serie A's leading clubs. "I chose West Ham because the club has the tradition of playing great football," he said. "Also because the West Ham fans are really passionate and that is the way I am."

801. Manuel DA COSTA ... (2009 – 2   )

West Ham United completed the signing of former Portugal Under-21 defender Manuel Da Costa on a three-year contract from ACF Fiorentina 31 August 2009. The powerfully-built central defender, who can also operate a full-back, has assembled a wealth of experience at continental and international level, despite being aged just 23. Da Costa was born in Saint-Max, a suburb of the southern France city of Nancy, to a Portuguese father and a Moroccan mother, before starting his career with his hometown club AS Nancy Lorraine in 2004. The young Da Costa made ten appearances in Ligue 1 as a teenager in the 2005/06 season, scoring a superb individual goal against Le Mans to help Nancy reach the French League Cup final in February 2006. After impressing for Portugal at the Toulon International U20 tournament in the summer of 2006, Da Costa's form tempted Ronald Koeman to take the defender to Dutch giants PSV Eindhoven. In the Netherlands, Da Costa's development continued apace, with the 20-year-old appearing in four UEFA Champions League fixtures against Liverpool, twice, Arsenal and Galatasaray during his first season at the Philips Stadion. After 18 months with PSV, the defender made a switch to Italy and Serie A side ACF Fiorentina in January 2008. A year later, Da Costa made a loan switch to another Italian club in UC Sampdoria, where he appeared in the UEFA Cup victory over Ukrainian outfit Metalist Kharkiv in February 2009. At international level, Portugal capped Da Costa at U20 level before the player went on to become a regular fixture for the nation's U21 side. After helping the Portuguese qualify for the 2007 UEFA European Championship, Da Costa was part of the squad that finished fifth in the finals tournament in the Netherlands. After earning more than 20 caps at U21 level, Da Costa has was called into the senior Portugal squad for the 2008 UEFA European Championship qualifiers against Azerbaijan, Poland, Kazakhstan, Belgium and Serbia, but has yet to make his full debut.

802. Bondz N’GALA ... (2009 – 2   )

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803. Guillermo FRANCO ... (2009 – 2   )

Guillermo Franco enjoyed a month to remember in October 2009. The striker helped Mexico to qualify for the FIFA World Cup finals with three assists in a 4-1 defeat of Honduras and then made his West Ham United debut away to Stoke City as a late substitute in the 2-1 defeat on 17 October. He got his first start for the club a week later in the 2-2 home draw with Arsenal. The Argentinian-born forward, nicknamed Guille, had arrived at the club the previous month fresh from his goalscoring exploits with his adopted country. He had scored four goals in his six internationals since the previous June - a major contribution in qualifying for South Africa in summer 2010. Having left La Liga giants Villarreal at the end of the 2008/09 season, he had been linked with a move to South American champions Estudiantes as well as two other Spanish clubs. However, CEO Scott Duxbury and technical director Gianluca Nani secured his services after positive negotiations.

Franco said: "I am really happy to sign for West Ham. It was my dream to come to the Premier League and I am proud to play for a club that has so much history. This is a very important stage in my career and I hope to score lots of goals for the club this season and then play at the World Cup. "This is an important team with great players and a great manager. I know that the club are very ambitious and want to do well. I want to do my best to make that happen and I am excited about the challenge. "The main motivation was to play in the Premier League. I love English football and I love the Premier League. I had the possibility of joining Estudiantes and two Spanish clubs, but it was the Premier League that drew me here. I can fulfil my desire with West Ham and I am very happy to be here." After starting with San Lorenzo in Argentina, Franco shot to attention with Mexican side CF Monterey, scoring 63 goals in 119 league appearances including a league title in his first campaign and two runners-up medals after that. He earned a high-profile move to Villarreal in January 2006 and, after appearing at the World Cup finals later that summer, helped them qualify for the Champions League with eight goals in the 2007/08 season from 16 starts and eight substitute appearances. The 32-year-old played six times in Europe's premier club competition in the 2008/09 season, including the 1-1 home draw with Arsenal in the quarter-finals on 7 April. He also has experience of playing at the Boleyn Ground, having figured for 67 minutes in the inaugural Bobby Moore Cup against West Ham United a year ago, with the match finishing in a 1-1 draw.

The striker, who also scored in the final as Mexico won their continental Gold Cup in June 2009 with a 5-0 defeat of the United States, is the first Mexican international to play for West Ham.

Born: Cape Town, South Africa 12/11/1977

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Born: Cairo, Egypt 23/02/1983

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Born: Curitiba, Brazil 18/09/1980

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804. Peter KURUCZ ... (2009 – 2   )

Hungary Under-21 goalkeeper Peter Kurucz joined West Ham United on loan from Ujpest FC for the remainder of the 2008/09 season in January 2009. Born on 30 May 1988, the 20-year-old made nine first-team appearances for Budapest-based Ujpest and also spent a period on loan at FC Tatabanya. Kurucz made his competitive debut for West Ham in the 2-0 Barclays Premier Reserve League South defeat to Aston Villa on 17 March 2009. The youngster is working closely with goalkeeping coach Ludek Miklosko and travelled with the first-team squad to the Premier League fixture at Bolton Wanderers before being an unused substitute in the penultimate game of the season away to Everton. Made his Premiership bow coming off the bench for the un-well Robert Green against Manchester United at Upton Park 5th December 2009. Although the game was lost at 0-4, he didn’t concede against the “Reds”.

805. Fabio DAPRELA ... (2010 – 2   )

Switzerland Under-19 defender Fabio Daprela joined West Ham United from Grasshopper Club Zurich for an undisclosed fee on 31 July 2009. Daprela, a left-back, flew straight to London to complete his move to the Boleyn Ground from the UEFA European U19 Championship finals in Ukraine. The club had to contend with interest from a host of top Italian sides for the youngster, who has signed a five-year deal after moving from the Zurich club. Born on 19 February 1991, he helped the Swiss to get to within five minutes of a place in the semi-finals in Ukraine. At club level, Daprela joined Grasshoppers in 2003, having started his career at youth club SC YF Juventus. He made eleven appearances for the club's first-team. His first appearance on the bench for the senior side came as an unused substitute on Tuesday 25 August 2009 in the 3-1 defeat of Millwall in the Carling Cup second round.

806. Anthony EDGAR ... (2010 – 2   )

807. Benni McCARTHY ... (2010 – 2   )

McCarthy completed a move to West Ham United for an undisclosed fee on transfer deadline day, 1 February 2010. He signed a two and a half-year contract that runs until the summer of 2012. Made his intial Hammers debut in the 1-2 reverse against Burnley at Turf Moor 6th February 2010, in a game which also saw the debutants of Mido and Araujo Ilan. The talented forward has scored hatfuls of goals wherever he has played, enjoying successful spells with Ajax, Celta Vigo, FC Porto and Blackburn before moving to the Boleyn Ground. At club level, the highlight of McCarthy's illustrious career came in May 2004, when he was part of the Porto side that won the UEFA Champions League under Jose Mourinho, appearing as a substitute for the final 12 minutes of the Portuguese side's 2-0 victory over AS Monaco. Having started his career at Seven Stars and Ajax Cape Town in his homeland, McCarthy moved to Amsterdam, joining Ajax in 1997. His first season in the Netherlands was marked by nine goals in 16 games and a Dutch league title. The following season, eleven goals in 19 league games tempted Spanish club Celta Vigo into taking him to La Liga. While the goals did not flow at Celta, they did during a loan spell at Porto, where he scored an amazing 12 in six league matches in 2001/02. After an unproductive 2002/03 campaign back in Spain, he returned to Portugal on a permanent basis. The move proved to be a successful one as McCarthy banged in 33 goals in 74 league matches, adding eight more in 25 appearances in European competition. Among those European goals were two in a vital first knockout stage win over Manchester United en route to UEFA Champions League glory in 2003/04. Aside from the biggest prize in European football, McCarthy also won one Intercontinental Cup, two Portuguese league titles, one Portuguese Cup and two Portuguese Super Cups during his time at the Estadio do Dragao. Signed for Blackburn Rovers in July 2006. McCarthy's time at Ewood Park saw him score 18 goals in his first full season, and 52 in 140 games in total, before moving south to London in January 2010. At international level, McCarthy has netted more than 30 goals for his country, making him the highest scorer in South Africa's history. Having made his debut against the Netherlands in June 1997, the forward formed part of the Bafana Bafana squad at the 1998 and 2002 FIFA World Cup finals. McCarthy announced his arrival on the international stage in stunning fashion by scoring all four goals in South Africa's 4-1 victory over Namibia at the 1998 Africa Cup of Nations. Four years later, in 2002, the striker scored in his nation's 3-2 defeat by Spain at the FIFA World Cup in South Korea before netting the equaliser in a 2-1 friendly defeat by England in Durban later that year.

808. Mido HOSSAM ... (2010 – 2   )

810. Jordan SPENCE ... (2010 – 2   )

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