Nationalities 2006-2007 Primera División

Nationalities 2006-2007 Primera División Table
Rk Nation # Players Min List
1mx Mexico344411,624Alberto Medina, Omar Bravo, Ramón Morales, José Luis López, Fernando Arce, Andrés Guardado, Javier Saavedra, Damián Álvarez, Cuauhtémoc Blanco, Juan Carlos Cacho ...
2ar Argentina4161,316Daniel Ludueña, Mauro Néstor Gerk, Emanuel Villa, Leandro Gracián, Diego Colotto, Ignacio Scocco, César Delgado, Jorge Almirón, Javier Muñoz, Federico Vilar ...
3co Colombia1326,723Tressor Moreno, Aquivaldo Mosquera, Luis Gabriel Rey, Andrés Chitiva, Andrés Orozco, John Javier Restrepo, Miguel Calero, Edgar Zapata, Hugo Rodallega, Francisco Nájera ...
4cl Chile1221,411Rodrigo Ruiz, Hugo Droguett, Sebastián González, Reinaldo Navia, Héctor Mancilla, Ismael Fuentes, Nelson Pinto, Patricio Galaz, Ricardo Francisco Rojas, José Luis Villanueva ...
5br Brazil1119,501Kléber Pereira, Irênio, Wilson Tiago, Everaldo Barbosa, Didi, Marcos Antonio García Nascimento, Eliomar Marcón, Aílton da Silva, Fabiano Pereira, Reinaldo ...
6py Paraguay1116,453Salvador Cabañas, Denis Caniza, Darío Verón, Paulo da Silva, Julio César Cáceres, Nelson Cuevas, Santiago Salcedo, Erwin Ávalos, Walter Fretes, Emilio Martínez ...
7uy Uruguay1020,518Gustavo Biscayzacú, Richard Núñez, Sebastián Abreu, Vicente Sánchez, Nicolás Olivera, Marcelo Guerrero, Mateo Figoli, Mauricio Victorino, Juan Manuel Salgueiro, Leonardo Medina
8us United States31,916Edgar Castillo, Michael Orozco, Sammy Ochoa
9pa Panama23,459Felipe Baloy, Roberto Nurse
10cr Costa Rica12,458Óscar Emilio Rojas
11pe Peru11,504Walter Vílchez
12ec Ecuador11,392Luis Saritama

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