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Team 2002-03 2003-04 2004-05 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09 2009-10 2010-11
In Out In Out In Out In Out In Out In Out In Out In Out In Out
Chievo Ghana Mensah (domestic) Brazil Amauri (domestic) Brazil J.César (winter) Nigeria Obinna Brazil J.César (f.c.) Albania Bogdani (domestic)
Montenegro Fatić (winter)
Brazil Amauri (domestic) Brazil Kerlon Nigeria Obinna
(f.c.?)
Chile Pinares Brazil Kerlon
(f.c.)
Brazil Rincón
(domestic)
Albania Bogdani
(f.c.)
Empoli Brazil Maxwell
(winter)
Brazil Rincón Brazil Maxwell
(f.c.)
Brazil Rincón
(winter, domestic)
Obodo (domestic) Obodo (domestic) Romania Mutu
(domestic)
Serbia Avramov (domestic)
Romania Mutu
(winter, non-EU>EU)
Senegal Papa Waigo (winter, domestic) Montenegro Jovetić
Serbia Gulan
(domestic)
Peru Vargas (domestic)
Serbia Gulan
(winter, loan)
Brazil Keirrison
(winter)
Senegal Papa Waigo (loan)
Senegal Diakhate (loan)
Serbia Ljajić Brazil Keirrison
(f.c.)
Senegal Diakhate (?)
Juventus Romania Mutu
(domestic)
Romania Mutu
(domestic)
Uruguay Cáceres Serbia Krasić Italy Amauri
(nonEU>EU)
Uruguay Cáceres
(f.c.)

Lecce[edit]

Type 2001–02 2002–03 2003–04 2004–05 2005–06 2006–07 2007–08 2008–09 2009–10 2010–11
Non-EU signing from abroad Brazil Ângelo (loan) Brazil Ângelo
Non-EU departure
to abroad
Non-EU signing (domestic)
Non-EU departure (domestic)
Other
EU signing

Internazionale[edit]

Type 2001–02 2002–03 2003–04 2004–05 2005–06 2006–07 2007–08 2008–09 2009–10 2010–11
Non-EU signing from abroad Brazil Adriano
Turkey Okan
Turkey Emre
Republic of Macedonia Pandev
Republic of Macedonia Stojkov
Australia Coe (youth)
Brazil Wellington (youth?)
Paraguay Gamarra [1]
Romania Zicu (winter) Argentina Samuel Brazil Maicon Colombia Rivas[2] Ghana Muntari Brazil Lúcio?
Nigeria Nwankwo
Brazil Coutinho
Non-EU departure
to abroad
Turkey Davala (loan)
Brazil Ronaldo
Argentina Crespo
Turkey Davala (loan)
Republic of Macedonia Stojkov (loan)
Sierra Leone Kallon
Turkey Davala
Turkey Okan
Romania Zicu (loan)
Australia Coe (youth)
Republic of Macedonia Stojkov
Turkey Emre
Romania Zicu (loan, winter)
Nigeria Martins
Romania Zicu (loan)
Cameroon Womé
Brazil César (loan)
Ivory Coast Diarra (loan, winter)
Brazil Adriano (loan, winter) Uruguay Recoba
Brazil Adriano (April)
Brazil Kerlon (loan)
Nigeria Obinna (loan)
Chile Jiménez(loan)
Brazil Maxwell
Nigeria Obinna (loan)
Brazil Kerlon (winter)
Non-EU signing (domestic) Sierra Leone Kallon
Nigeria Martins
Nigeria Eliakwu
Argentina Crespo
Ivory Coast Diarra
Turkey Davala
Argentina Almeyda
Argentina Batistuta (winter, loan)
Brazil Luciano (loan)
Brazil Adriano (winter)
Serbia Stanković (winter)
Paraguay Gamarra (loan) Brazil Júlio César
Chile Pizarro
Cameroon Womé
Brazil César (winter)[3]
Brazil Maxwell
Brazil Rincón (winter)
Montenegro Fatić
Chile Jiménez[4]
Nigeria Obinna Brazil Kerlon
Kenya Mariga (winter)
Non-EU departure (domestic) Brazil Adriano
Croatia Šimić
Romania Zicu (loan)
Republic of Macedonia Pandev
Nigeria Eliakwu
Chile Pizarro
Ivory Coast Diarra Cameroon Djengoue (youth) Montenegro Fatić Brazil Rincón
Chile Jiménez
Nigeria Nwankwo (winter)
Nigeria Obi (winter)
Other Argentina Almeyda (f.c.)
Paraguay Gamarra (f.c.)
Brazil César (f.c.)
EU signing Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Belgium Brnčić Italy Australia Valeri [citation needed] Chile Italy Pinilla
Argentina Spain Kily[5]
Senegal Belgium Fadiga
Argentina Cruz ?
TunisiaFrance Belaid
ArgentinaItaly Verón
SerbiaItaly Mihajlović[6]
ArgentinaItaly Cambiasso
ArgentinaEuropean Union Burdisso
UruguayItaly Carini
BrazilItaly Zé Maria[7]
BrazilItaly Siqueira
Argentina European Union Solari Uruguay Italy Ribas
Argentina Italy Crespo[8]
Honduras Italy Suazo Brazil Italy Mancini Cameroon Spain Eto'o
Argentina Italy Milito
Brazil ItalyMotta

Livorno[edit]

Type 2004–05 2005–06 2006–07 2007–08 2008–09 2009–10 2010–11
Non-EU signing from abroad Zé Rodolpho (not registered )
Cesar Prates[9]
Non-EU departure to abroad
Non-EU signing (domestic) Serbia Lazetić (August)
EU signing Brazil Italy Paulinho Ivory Coast France Bakayoko

Catania[edit]

Type 2004–05 2005–06 2006–07 2007–08 2008–09 2009–10 2010–11
Non-EU signing from abroad Argentina Barrientos
Non-EU departure to abroad
Non-EU signing (domestic)
EU signing Argentina Italy López Brazil European Union Raphael Martinho

http://www.gazzetta.it/Calcio/Calciomercato/24-06-2009/alla-scoperta-nuovi-stranieri-50600455879.shtml http://www.tuttomercatoweb.com/?action=read&id=216212

Genoa[edit]

Type 2006–07 2007–08 2008–09 2009–10 2010–11
Non-EU signing from abroad Brazil Wilson (winter)[10] Ghana Boakye (youth)
Ghana Cofie (youth)
Serbia Tomović
Serbia Aleksić (winter, youth?)
Brazil Rafinha
Brazil Diego Ângelo (not registered)
Non-EU departure to abroad Brazil Wilson Brazil Wilker (loan) Serbia Aleksić (loan)
Croatia Jurić (retired)
Non-EU signing (domestic) Uzbekistan Zeytulayev (loan)
Croatia Jurić
Honduras De León (winter)
Senegal Papa Waigo (20/7)
Brazil Santos (14/8, Italian?)
Serbia Janković (1/9, loan)
Uruguay Olivera (1/8, loan)
Montenegro Fatić
Brazil Wilker
Georgia (country) Kaladze
Non-EU departure (domestic) Uzbekistan Zeytulayev (Loan return, winter) Senegal Papa Waigo (winter) Honduras De León
Brazil Santos
EU signing Argentina Italy Figueroa
Brazil Italy Adaílton
Brazil European Union Fabiano
Brazil European Union Rubinho
Tunisia France Ben Djemia
Ecuador Italy Lanza
Brazil Italy Sacramento[11]
Uruguay European Union Masiero (winter)[12]
Uruguay Italy Polenta (winter)[13]
Algeria France Ghezzal
Argentina Italy Milito
Uruguay Italy Román[14]
Brazil Italy Motta
Argentina European Union Domingo (loan)[15]
Morocco France Kharja
Argentina Italy Crespo
Argentina Spain Palacio
Ghana Germany Prince

Ascoli (2005-07)[edit]

Type 2005–06 2006–07 2007–08
Non-EU signing from abroad
Non-EU departure to abroad
Non-EU signing (domestic) Russia Budyanskiy
EU signing Albania Italy Skela

Atalanta[edit]

Type 2001-02 2002-03 2003-04 2004-05 2005–06 2006–07 2007–08
Non-EU signing from abroad Brazil Fabiano Silva Brazil Santos Nil (Serie B) NIl (Serie B) Brazil Caio César Tavera (winter, youth?) Serbia Radovanović (winter)
Non-EU departure to abroad Brazil Adriano
Non-EU signing (domestic) Croatia Javorcic
Croatia Vugrinec (winter)
Senegal Sarr (loan)
Serbia Šmit (loan)
Croatia Budan
Croatia Budan
Adriano (winter)
Nigeria Makinwa
Sierra Leone Conteh
Brazil Ferreira Pinto
EU signing Argentina Italy Talamonti[citation needed]
Uruguay Italy Abeijón[16]
Argentina Italy Tissone
Peru Germany Forsyth[17]
Argentina Italy Pellegrino[18]

Roma[edit]

Type 2001–02 2002–03 2003–04 2004–05 2005–06 2006–07 2007–08 2008–09 2009–10 2010–11 2011-12 2012–13 2013–14
Non-EU signing from abroad Egypt Mido Democratic Republic of the Congo Nonda
Ghana Kuffour
Brazil Juan Croatia Sugar (winter) Sri Lanka Kulenthiran (winter) Brazil Adriano Argentina Lamela[19]
Brazil Marquinho (winter)
Brazil Leonardo (youth)
Brazil Leandro Castán[20]
Serbia Golubović (winter)
Brazil Bastos (winter)
Non-EU departure
to abroad
Egypt Mido
Nigeria Ajide
Democratic Republic of the Congo Nonda Nigeria Wahab
Ghana Kuffour (winter)
Brazil Adriano
Senegal Mendy
Ivory Coast Koffi (loan?)
Chile Pizarro (winter, loan)
Brazil Simplício
Brazil Juan
Ivory Coast Tallo (loan)
United States Bradley (winter)
Non-EU signing (domestic) Nigeria Wahab Nigeria Ajide Honduras Álvarez Chile Pizarro
Montenegro Vučinić
Costa Rica Martínez (loan)
Ghana Barusso
Iran Zarineh
Brazil Artur
Brazil Filipe
Brazil Simplício Ivory Coast Tallo (youth)
Senegal Mendy
Ivory Coast Koffi
United States Bradley Brazil Babù
Serbia Ljajić
Ghana Obeng (winter)
Non-EU departure (domestic) Mali Diamoutene (winter, loan) Honduras Álvarez
Brazil Filipe
Montenegro Vučinić Chile Pizarro
Other Costa Rica Martínez (f.c.) Croatia Sugar (f.c.)
Mali Diamoutene (f.c.)
Sri Lanka Kulenthiran (f.c.)
Brazil Artur (f.c.)
Iran Zarineh (f.c.) Ivory Coast Koffi (f.c.?)
Ghana Barusso (f.c.)
EU signing Brazil Italy Mancini
Albania Italy Boshnjaku (winter)
Brazil Felipe (winter) Brazil Taddei ITA?
Brazil Italy Doni
Morocco France Kharja
Brazil Italy Júlio Sérgio Brazil Italy Cicinho Brazil Spain Baptista Argentina European Union Burdisso Argentina European Union G.Burdisso Argentina Italy Heinze
Argentina Italy Gago
Bosnia and Herzegovina Luxembourg Pjanić
Uruguay European Union Goicoechea[21]
Brazil European Union Marquinhos[22]
Brazil Portugal Dodo[23]
Brazil Italy Jonatan Lucca

References[edit]

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  4. ^ "Gianfranco Zola hopes to conclude Luis Jiménez deal". The Guardian. 19 June 2009. Retrieved 20 December 2010. 
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  6. ^ http://archiviostorico.gazzetta.it/1997/settembre/14/extracomunitari_nasce_comunitari_diventa_ga_0_9709145356.shtml
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  8. ^ http://corrierefiorentino.corriere.it/firenze/notizie/sport/2009/15-maggio-2009/torna-pazzini-arriva-crespo-1501359969006.shtml
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  19. ^ "Lamela è vicinissimo "Lavoriamo con ferocia"". La Repubblica (in Italian). 8 July 2011. Retrieved 3 February 2014.  line feed character in |title= at position 21 (help)
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  21. ^ "Portieri, arriva Goicoechea Stek si interroga sul futuro". La Repubblica (in Italian). 23 August 2012. Retrieved 3 February 2014. 
  22. ^ "Roma hoping to sign Marquinhos from Corinthians - report". Goal.com. 12 August 2012. Retrieved 3 February 2014. 
  23. ^ "Roma will swoop for Dodo". Football Italia. 22 March 2012. Retrieved 3 February 2014. 

Note[edit]

la Viola only had two non-EU player at the start of 2008-09 season, could register 1 non-EU (new rule 2008-10) to reach the limit of 3, later recall Gulan in domestic transfer.