Msida Saint-Joseph F.C. - Notable Players

Notable Players

See Msida Saint-Joseph F.C. Players

  • Olumuyiwa Aganun
  • André da Silva
  • Ibrahim Babatunde
  • Roderick Bajada
  • Shaun Bajada
  • Manuel Bartolo
  • Omar Borg
  • Patrick Borg
  • Clive Brincat
  • Chris Camilleri
  • David Carabott
  • Gilberto dos Santos
  • Julius Oche Emanche
  • Tyrone Farrugia
  • Paul Fenech
  • Stefano Grima
  • Kurt Magro
  • Josef Mifsud
  • Jean Pierre Mifsud Triganza
  • Daniel Nwoke
  • Pedro dos Santos Calçado
  • Njongo Priso
  • Peter Pullicino
  • Nicky Saliba
  • Kevin Sammut
  • Kenneth Spiteri
  • Daniel Theuma
  • Ousseni Zongo

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