Nationalities 2016 Categoría Primera A

Nationalities 2016 Categoría Primera A Table
Rk Nation # Players Min List
1co Colombia670690,085Luis Alfonso Páez, Stalin Motta, Sergio Esteban Romero, Dario Rodríguez Parra, Vladimir Hernández, Diego Álvarez, Mauricio Gómez Sánchez, Jonathan Ávila, Wilmer Díaz, Misael Riascos ...
2ar Argentina2531,731Fabián Sambueza, Pablo Torresagasti, Jonathan David Gómez, Leandro Velázquez, Maximiliano Núñez, Hernán Hechalar, Sebastián López, Héctor Arrigo, Mariano Vázquez, Franco Armani ...
3uy Uruguay1922,051Nicolás Vikonis, Sebastián Viera, Mateo Figoli, Jhonny da Silva, Hernán Menosse, Ernesto Hernández, Jorge Bava, Leandro Gelpi, Víctor Rafael García, Horacio Salaberry ...
4py Paraguay1112,122Víctor Aquino, Roberto Ovelar, Joel Silva, Roque Caballero, Arnaldo Giménez, Oscar Franco, Francisco Javier García, O. Franco, Marcos Melgarejo, Christian Ovelar ...
5pa Panama76,237Nelson Barahona, Felipe Baloy, Gabriel Gómez, Roderick Miller, Abdiel Arroyo, Valentín Pimentel, Roberto Chen
6ve Venezuela67,504Dany Cure, Luis Manuel Seijas, Franklin Lucena, Larry Vásquez, Alejandro Guerra, Juan Manuel Falcón
7us United States4798Juan Niño, Kevin Piedrahita, Kevin Rozo, Juan Guzman
8cl Chile32,579Ronnie Fernández, Alí Manouchehri, Sebastián Toro
9mx Mexico31,712Uvaldo Luna, Omar Salgado, Ulises Tavares
10es Spain21,771Diego Gregori, Juan Ramón
11am Armenia21,556Mauro Guevgeozián, Jordy Monroy
12cr Costa Rica21,345Ariel Soto, Gabriel Leiva Rojas
13gt Guatemala13,510Ricardo Jerez Jr.
14gq Equatorial Guinea12,378Yoiver González
15ec Ecuador11,577Carlos Peralta
16eng England11,066George Saunders
17bo Bolivia1341Alcides Peña

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