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Random 1990s Footballer Tuesday: #42 Jose Dominguez

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Name: Jose Dominguez In his 90s prime for: Tottenham Lowdown: After being released by Benfica at the age of 18, Dominguez actually started his professional careeer in England with Birmingham City. He stayed for just one season as the club were relegated from Division One to Division Two, and impressively managed to gain a move [.

Random 1990s Footballer Tuesday: #41 Ulrich Van Gobbel

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Name: Ulrich Van Gobbel In his 90s prime for: Southampton Lowdown: Using the word "prime" above is perhaps a little loose, as we voted Dutchman Van Gobbel into our list of worst Premier League signings made by Southampton. It is fair to say, however, that the defender has one of THE greatest Premier League names.

Random 1990s Footballer Tuesday: #40 Jaime Moreno

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Name: Jaime Moreno In his 90s prime for: Middlesbrough Lowdown: Although Moreno is one of the most famous players in MLS history, it is easy to forget that he brought his South American ‘magic' to England. After beginning his career at Blooming in his home country of Bolivia, Moreno had a brief spell at Independiente [.

Random 1990s Footballer Tuesday: #39 Orlando Trustfull

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Name: Orlando Trustfull In his 90s prime for: Sheffield Wednesday Lowdown: Started his youth career at Ajax, where he was part of the famous academy set-up for five years before being allowed to leave to join HFC Haarlem, where he began his professional career. After just fourteen games he was snapped up by Dordrecht, where [.

Random 1990s Footballer Tuesday: #38 Paulo Futre

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Name: Paulo Futre In his 90s prime for: West Ham United Lowdown: A really weird one this. Futre was one of the stars of European football after spells in his home country of Portugal, playing for both Sporting Lisbon and Porto. He then left Porto in 1987 after helping them to a European Cup victory [.

Random 1990s Footballer Tuesday: #37 Vegard Heggem

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Name: Vegard Heggem In his 90s prime for: Liverpool Lowdown: A lightning fast right-back, Norwegian Heggem started out at Rennebu and Orkdal before joining Rosenborg, Norway's most successful club. He played 95 league games for the club, winning three titles in four seasons and a domestic cup. His most famous time at the club came [.

Random 1990s Footballer Tuesday: #36 Shaun Teale

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Name: Shaun Teale In his 90′s prime for: Aston Villa Lowdown: After being born on Merseyside, Teale began his career on the South Coast at Bournemouth, where he played a hundred league games before being spotted by First Division Aston Villa. Bought in the summer of 1991, Teale helped Villa to a seventh-place finish in [.

Random 1990s Footballer Tuesday: #16 Garry Flitcroft

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Name: Garry Flitcroft In his 1990s prime for: Manchester City, Blackburn Rovers  Lowdown: After rejecting Manchester United in favour of playing for the blue half of Manchester, Flitcroft started his career in 1991, making 142 appearances for the club. He joined Blackburn in 1996 for an impressive £3.

Random 1990s Footballer Tuesday: #13 Michel Vonk

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Name: Michel Vonk In his 1990s prime for: Manchester City and Sheffield United Lowdown: Michel Vonk, a Dutch centre back, joined Manchester City during the summer before the inaugural Premier League season for a fee of £500,000 from AZ Alkmaar, becoming one of only eleven foreigners to appear on the first day off the new [.

Random 1990s Footballer Tuesday: #12 David Hillier

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Name: David Hillier In his 1990s prime for: Arsenal Lowdown: After joining Arsenal at the age of fourteen, Hillier impressed George Graham and made his first team debut in 1990, winning the league title the same year. Although never really being a regular starter during his Arsenal career, Hillier did play 43 games in 1992/3.

Random 1990s Footballer Tuesday: #6 Jean-Guy Wallemme

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Name: Jean-Guy Wallemme In his 1990s prime for: Coventry City Lowdown: Although Jean-Guy Walleme isn't exactly a household name in Premier League terms, he was seen as something of a coup for Coventry when they bought him from Lens in 1998, where he had captained the French club to the league title the previous season.

Random 1990s Footballer Tuesday: #4 Eddie McGoldrick

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Name: Eddie McGoldrick In his 1990s prime for: Crystal Palace, Arsenal and Manchester City Lowdown: Kettering Town, Nuneaton Borough, Northampton Town, Crystal Palace, Arsenal. You just don't get career progression like that these days. But that's the path Republic of Ireland international Eddie McGoldrick took to the disappointing pinnacle of his career at Arsenal.

Random 1990s Footballer Tuesday: #3 Luc Nijholt

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Name: Luc Nijholt In his 1990s prime for: Swindon Town Lowdown: Swindon Town's 1993/94 Premier League squad is rich pickings for random 1990s footballers. OTP will undoubtedly revisit the squad in the future, but we've plumped for Dutch star Luc Nijholt as our first pick. The side is famous for its top-flight ineptitude, but Nijholt [.