List of Foreign Ligue 1 Players - Romania

Romania

  • Marius Baciu – Lille OSC – 2002–04
  • Florin Bratu – Nantes, Valenciennes – 2004–05, 2006–07
  • Francisc Dican – Gueugnon – 1995–96
  • Josif Fabian – CO Roubaix-Tourcoing – 1951–52
  • Abraham Gorenstein – Sète – 1950–51
  • Alfred Kaucsar – Montpellier, Sochaux, Lyon – 1934–35, 1938–39, 1945–46
  • Joseph Kaucsar – Montpellier – 1932–35
  • Claudiu Keserü – Nantes – 2004–07 and 2008–09
  • Nicolae Kovacs – Valenciennes – 1935–36
  • Gheorghe Mihali – Guingamp – 1995–98
  • Viorel Moldovan – Nantes – 2000–04
  • Vlad Munteanu – Auxerre – 2007–08
  • Daniel Niculae – Auxerre, Monaco – 2006–10, 2010–11
  • Corneliu Papură – Rennes – 1996–98
  • Ion Pârcălab – Nîmes Olympique – 1970–73
  • Sergiu Radu – Le Mans – 2003–04
  • Florin Răducioiu – Monaco – 2000–02
  • Dincă Schileru – Valenciennes – 1937–38
  • Elek Schwartz – Hyères, Cannes, Strasbourg – 1932–33, 1934–36, 1936–38
  • Gabriel Tamaş – Auxerre – 2007–08
  • Florea Voinea – Nîmes Olympique – 1970–72
  • Rudolf Wetzer – Hyères – 1932–33
  • Samir Zamfir – Martigues – 1995–96

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