Jesper Grønkjær (born 12 August 1977) was born in Greenland and grew into a winger with a good track record. He played for Ajax, Chelsea and Atlético Madrid. And there are no less than 80 internationals behind his name.
Tony McNulty is a former atypical English footballer who played exclusively in Dutch professional football in his active career. His trademark was the out-of-the-way maneuver.
Mika Nurmela (26 December 1971) played for many years with FC Emmen and became 'King of the Assist' at SC Heerenveen. Also played for Heracles Almelo in the Netherlands. (Photo: Wikimedia)
Julien Escudé (17 August 1979) is a 13-time international. 'SQD' was also on the payroll of AS Cannes, Stade Rennais, AFC Ajax, Sevilla FC and Besiktas JK. We know him especially from his time at Ajax. (Photo: Wikipedia)
Robert 'Robbie' Bernard Fowler (9 April 1975) is best known as a Liverpool player. But do you know all the other eight clubs this attacking Spice Boy wore the shirt of? (Photo: Wikipedia)
Leonardo dos Santos Silva (21 August 1976) was better known as Leonardo II. During his career in the Netherlands he played for FC Groningen, Feyenoord, De Graafschap, ADO Den Haag, MVV, FC Dordrecht and FC Emmen. (Photo: fcgonline.nl)
Carlos 'Kaiser' Henrique Raposo (2 April 1963) was a master conman who managed to gather an impressive number of clubs. Became 'the best footballer who never played'. Read this almost incredible story here! (Photo: Youtube)
Edgar Manucharyan (19 January 1987) is an Armenian footballer best known in the Netherlands for his time at Ajax. (Photo: Wikipedia)