Monday, March 14, 2011

EPL Unique Internationals (March 2011)

Nations that are currently represented by a single player in the English Premier League.

Austria - Paul Scharner (West Bromwich Albion)

Barbados - Emmerson Boyce (Wigan Athletic)

Benin - Stéphane Sessègnon (Sunderland)

Canada - David Hoilett (Blackburn Rovers)

Colombia - Hugo Rodallega (Wigan Athletic)

Ecuador - Antonio Valencia (Manchester United)

Egypt - Ahmed Elmohamady (Sunderland)

Greece - Sotirios Kyrgiakos (Liverpool)

Grenada - Jason Roberts (Blackburn Rovers)

Jamaica - Ricardo Fuller (Stoke City)

Mali - Mamady Sidibé (Stoke City)

Oman - Ali Al-Habsi (Wigan Athletic)

Romania - Gabriel Tamaş (West Bromwich Albion)

Slovenia - Haris Vučkić (Newcastle United)

Togo - Moustapha Salifou (Aston Villa)

Uruguay - Luis Suárez (Liverpool)

Zimbabwe - Benjani (Blackburn Rovers)


  1. Morocco - Marouane Chamakh (Arsenal)

    is there anyone else from Morocco?


  2. Moroccan Salaheddine Sbaï signed for Blackpool at the end of the January transfer window so there are now two Moroccans in the league.

  3. Liverpool's El Zhar is from Morocco.. where's Kenwyne Jones from?

  4. I didn't mention El Zhar because he's currently at PAOK in Greece.
    Kenwyne Jones is from Trinidad and Tobago who have 2 players represented, the other being Bolton's Jlloyd Samuel.

  5. Nice list but you forgot Jonjo Shelvey. He is the only player from Mars.
    Seriously though I couldn't find anything wrong with it.