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Foreign Players

The following is a list of players who have featured in a first team squad for Saints during a competitive match who were citizens of, or represented a country outwith the four home nations or the Republic of Ireland.

*= Players capped for their country

**= Players capped whilst with St Mirren

Country

Players

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Angola

2000-02   Jose Quitongo

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Argentina

2007-09    Franco Miranda

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Australia

2010-12    Aaron Mooy*
2018-19    Ryan Edwards
2018-19    Jordan Holmes+1
2021-22    Matt Miller
2022-24    Ryan Strain**
2022-24    Keanu Baccus**

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Austria

2002-03    Klaus Dietrich
2002-03    Gerhard Fellner
2002-03    Ivan Kristo
2019-20    Seifedin Chabbi

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Brazil

1965-66    Fernando Azevedo

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Bulgaria

2014-15    Viktor Genev

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Cameroon

2013-14    Stephane Bahoken*
2013-14    Eric Djemba-Djemba*

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Canada

1995-98    Paul Fenwick**

2018-19    Simeon Jackson*

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Croatia

2018-19    Mateo Muzek

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Cyprus

2017-18    Stelios Demetriou*

2022-   Alexandros Gogic**

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Czech Republic

2018-2020    Vaclav Hladky
2020-21    Zdenek Zlamal*

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Denmark

2018-19    Nicolai Brock-Madsen
2018-19    Anders Dreyer*

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Estonia

2012-13    Sander Puri**

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Finland

1995-96    Janne Makela*
2004-05    Mixu Paatelainen*

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France

1998-03    Ludovic Roy
2000-01    Moussa Dagnogo

2019-20    Tony Andreu
2019-20    Oan Djorkaeff

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Germany

1989-92    Thomas Stickroth
1990-91    Gunter Thiele
1999-2001    Jens Paeslack

2020-21    Collin Quaner

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Ghana

2002-03    Abdul Senanu+2

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Guadeloupe

(Not members of FIFA)

2013-14   Christopher Dilo*

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Guinea

2009-10    Mo Camara*

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Guinea-Bissau

2012-13    Esmael (Isma) Goncalves*

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Haiti

2018-19    Duckens Nazon**

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Iceland

1961-64    Therolf Beck**
1989-92    Gudmundor Torfason**
1996-97    Hreinn Hringsson
2020-21    Isak Thorvaldsson*

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Israel

2023-24    Stav Nahmani

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Italy

2017-18    Massimo Donati

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Jamaica

2019-21    Junior Morias

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Kenya

Current    Jonah Ayunga

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Liberia

2001-02    Christopher Wreh*

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Martinique

(Not members of FIFA)

2014-15    Yoann Arquin*

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Montserrat

1996-00, 2002-03    Junior Mendes*

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Netherlands

2000-01    Mikael Renfurm
2011-12    Illias Haddad
2011-12    Nigel Hasselbaink
2011-12, 2014-15    Jeroen Tesselaar

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New Zealand

2015-16    Cameron Howieson*

2021-24   Alex Greive**

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Nigeria

1995-96    Kelechi Okorie

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Northern Cyprus

(Not members of FIFA)

2005-10    Billy Mehmet*

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Norway

2016-17    Pal Fjelde

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Poland

1947-52    Alfons Lesz

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Romania

2018-19    Mihai Popescu

2018-19    Laurentiu Corbu

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Slovakia

2013-15    Marian Kello*
Current    Peter Urminsky

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Slovenia

2010-11    Jure Travner

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South Korea

2023-24    Hyeok-kyu Kwon

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Spain

1990-91    Victor Munoz*
2008-09    Antonio Mayoral (Tonet)

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Suriname

2011-12   Nigel Hasselbaink*

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Trinidad and Tobago

2007-08    Chris Birchall*

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Turkey

2019-21    Ilkay Durmus

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Uganda

Current    Elvis Bwomono*

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United States of America

1909-11 Robert Millar*
1914-19 John 'Jock' Marshall*
1942-43 Terry Springthorpe*
1958-60 Gerry Baker*

1972-73 George O'Neill*

+1 - Australian goalkeeper Jordan Holmes joined on loan from Bournemouth in January 2019. He was an unused sub in 20 matches before returning to Bournemouth in June 2019.

+2 - Ghanaian defender Abdul Senanu was signed in August 2002 and named as substitute against Queen of the South on the 27th August in the challenge cup. He never made an appearance and was released shortly after without featuring in a matchday squad again.
 

Several players have changed international allegiances after they left Saints.
 

Stephane Bahoken and Christopher Dilo played for Saints as French nationals

Esmael Goncalves played for Saints as a Portuguese national

Terry Springthorpe, Junior Mendes and Billy Mehmet played for Saints as English nationals

Nigel Hasselbaink played for Saints as a Dutch national

Robert Millar, Jock Marshall and George O’Neill played for Saints as Scottish nationals

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