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1) Mallorca, Bordeaux, Espanyol, Liverpool, Olympiakos, Galatasaray.

Albert Riera.

2) Blackburn, Southampton, Everton, Sheffield United, Stoke, Rangers, Sheffield United, Accrington Stanley.

James Beattie.

3) Twente, Fulham, Roeselare, Chicago Fire, Gabala, Mes Sarcheshmeh, Barnet.

Collins John.

4) Bristol City, Reading, Middlesbrough, Swansea.

Leroy Lita.

5) Santos, Shakhtar Donetsk, Manchester City, Galatsaray, Santos, Gremio.

Elano.

6) Dinamo Zagreb, Arsenal, Shakhtar Donetsk.

Eduardo.

7) Blackburn, Birmingham, Watford, Sheffield Wednesday.

Martin Taylor.

8) Sporting Lisbon, Newcastle United, Valencia, Braga.

Hugo Viana.

9) Man City, Sheffield United, Tottenham, Fulham, Wigan, Portsmouth, Leeds.

Michael Brown.

10) ASEC Ndiambour, Jeanne d'Arc, Lens, Bolton, Newcastle, Stoke, West Ham, Hull.

Abdoulaye Faye.

11) PSV, Aston Villa, PSV.

Wilfred Bouma.

12) Colchester, Reading, Sunderland, Wolves, Portsmouth, Nottingham Forest.

Greg Halford.

13) Dynamo Stavropol, Rotor Volgograd, Spartak Moscow, Tottenham, Lokomotiv Moscow.

Roman Pavlyuchenko.

14) Crystal Palace, Tivoli Gardens, Preston, Portsmouth, Southampton, Stoke, Charlton.

Ricardo Fuller.

15) Deportivo Pesquero, Alianza Lima, Werder Bremen, Bayern Munich, Chelsea, Werder Bremen, Bayern Munich.

Claudio Pizarro.

16) Nottingham Forest, Southampton, Leeds, Colchester, Swindon, Sheffield Wednesday.

David Prutton.

17) Galatasaray, Inter, Newcastle United, Fenerbahce, Atletico Madrid.

Emre.

18) Standard Liege, Marseille, Everton, Fenerbahce.

Joseph Yobo.

19) Brentford, Coventry City, Reading.

Jay Tabb.

20) Real Madrid, Mallorca, West Brom, Villarreal, Fiorentina.

Borja Valero.

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