Nationalities 2015 Primera A

Nationalities 2015 Primera A Table
Rk Nation # Players Min List
1co Colombia652685,487Harold Preciado, Juan Fernando Caicedo, Johan Arango, Jean Carlos Blanco, Carlos Ibargüen, Carlos Andrés Rivas, Andrés Ibargüen, David Ferreira, Jhonathan Muñoz, Leonardo Saldaña ...
2ar Argentina2431,198Jonathan David Gómez, Sebastián López, Hernán Hechalar, Federico Insúa, Cristian Nasuti, Osvaldo Cabral, Franco Armani, Javier Andres Sanguinetti, Sebastián Penco, Maximiliano Núñez ...
3uy Uruguay1827,236Nicolás Vikonis, Ernesto Hernández, Sebastián Viera, Jorge Ramírez, Juan Guillermo Castillo, Jhonny da Silva, Mateo Figoli, Michael Etulain, Hernán Menosse, Martín Icart ...
4py Paraguay1418,798Joel Silva, Roberto Ovelar, Robin Ramírez, Antony Silva, Pedro Chávez, Luis Espinola, David Ariel Mendieta, Francisco Javier García, Nery Bareiro, Pablo Velázquez ...
5ve Venezuela79,499Marlon Antonio Fernández, Larry Vásquez, Luis Manuel Seijas, Franklin Lucena, Alejandro Guerra, Layneker Zafra, Oscar Becerra
6pa Panama32,518Román Torres, Harold Cummings, Nelson Barahona
7ec Ecuador31,122Daniel Angulo, Marlon de Jesús, Bryan Ortíz
8us United States22,605Kevin Piedrahita, Juan Niño
9pe Peru22,580Andy Pando, Johan Fano
10gq Equatorial Guinea21,271Mauricio Mina, Yoiver González
11br Brazil2714Elton Martins, Marco Morgon
12mx Mexico2567Ulises Tavares, Luis Nieves
13es Spain2408Diego Gregori, Mario
14gt Guatemala13,240Ricardo Jerez Jr.
15eng England1820George Saunders
16hn Honduras1519Junior Sandoval
17am Armenia1360Jordy Monroy
18sv El Salvador1Junior Burgos

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