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Five players who played in more teams

Five players who played in more teams
El Loco Abreu not only played in more than 10 equipment if not more than 20. PHOTO: Free Press

It is increasingly difficult to find a player to play in just one club throughout his career, even as it does so only two. But there are also costing them and cost them during his career being over years on the same computer. Players who become genuine globetrotters going from club to club. Today we remember five players who played in more teams.


Sebastián Abreu

El Loco has the record, 27 clubs: Defensor Sporting (1994 – 1996), San Lorenzo (1996 – 1998 Y 2000 – 2001), Deportivo La Coruna (1998), Guild (1998 – 1999), Tecos (1999 – 2000), National (2001, 2003, 2004 – 2005, 2013 Y 2015), Blue Cross (2002 – 2003), America of Mexico (2003), Dorados de Sinaloa (2005 – 2006), Monterrey (2006), saint Louis (2007), tigers (2007), River (2008), Beitar Jerusalem (2008), Real society (2009), Aris Thessaloniki (2009), Botafogo (2010 – 2012), Figueirense (2012), Rosario Central (2013 – 2014), Sol de America (2016), Holy button (2016), Bangu (2017), Central Spanish (2017), Deportes Puerto Montt (2017), Audax Italiano (2018) and Magallanes (2018).


LUTZ PFANNENSTIEL (25 teams)

Lutz Pfannenstiel holds the record for having played worldwide. Specifically in 25 teams 13 different countries. PHOTO: Twitter

JARDEL (20 TEAMS)

Jardel played in 20 different teams but marked time in Oporto. PHOTO: Brand

LUCA TONI (16 TEAMS)

Luca Toni played in 16 different teams. PHOTO: Brand

MONKEY NAVARRO MONTOYA (15 teams)

El Mono Navarro Montoya, a globetrotter football. He played until 40 in 15 different teams. PHOTO: Clarion

 

Alberto Llopis

Alberto Llopis

Hanged for football fully. Attempt to gather letters and tell stories in Colgadosporelfutbol.com. Specialist retro football Current. Football Coach Level II. You can follow me on @AlbertiniLlopis @colgadosfutbol

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