Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Pages: 41. Chapters: Adnan Barakat, Adriano Padilha Nascimento, Ahmad Tijani, Alban Dragusha, Aleksandar Šoli?, Aleksandar Tomash, Aleksandr Chertoganov, Aleksandr Gogoberishvili, Alexei Savinov, Amiran Mujiri, Anatoli Ponomarev, Andrejs Štolcers, Aqil Mammadov, Asen Nikolov, Bakhtiyar Soltanov, Cristian Ionescu, Cristian Valentin Muscalu, Cvetan ?urlinov, Daniel Opri?a, Darko Jovandi?, Deividas ?esnauskis, Dejan Brankovi?, Deniss Ivanovs, Elvin Aliyev, Emin Quliyev, Ernad Skuli?, Fábio Luís Ramim, Felipe Félix, Giorgi Adamia, Giorgi Megreladze, Gjorgji Hristov, Haji Ahmadov, Ibrahim Kargbo, Ilgar Abdurakhmanov, Jamshid Maharramov, Joël Epalle, Kalidou Cissokho, Koke (footballer born 1983), Lucas Mario Horvat, Mahmud Qurbanov, M?ris Verpakovskis, Marko Šarlija, Merab Dzodzuashvili, Mihai Panc, Nenad Kova?evi?, Novruz Mammadov (footballer), Pathé Bangoura, Radomir Todorov, Rafael Amirbekov, Rafael Barbosa do Nascimento, Rahman Hajiyev, Ramal Huseynov, Ramazan Abbasov, Rauf Mehdiyev, Sa?a Yuniso?lu, Silvino João de Carvalho, Soso Grishikashvili, Stanislav Bachev, Stéphane Borbiconi, Stevan Bates, Vadim Boret, Vladan Kosti?, Vyacheslav Lychkin, William Batista, Wilson Aparecido Xavier Júnior, Winston Parks. Excerpt: Joël Dieudonné Martin Epalle Newaka (born 20 February 1978) is a Cameroonian football player. He mainly plays as a right midfielder, but throughout his career he has also played as a Second Striker, more noticeably during his first spell at Iraklis. He was born in Matomb, Cameroon and played youth football in Cameroonian powerhouse Union Douala, the team for which he made his senior debut. After his spell in Cameroon, in 1998, he moved to Greece where he played football for several clubs including Ethnikos, Panachaiki, Aris, Panathinaikos and Iraklis in a time span of nine and a half years. Subsequently, in January 2007, he moved to Bundesliga outfit VfL Bochum where he played for three and a half years. After a brief stay at Azerbaijani club FK Baku, in January 2011 he returned to Greece to have a second spell at Iraklis. Epalle was Iraklis' top-scorer for the 2005-06 season. Started at the end of March 2012, he has made his first appearance and play for Sarawak FA alongside with his fellow Cameroon friend, Guy Bwele. Epalle has won 31 caps for Cameroon. He was a member of the Cameroon side that won the gold medal in the 2000 Summer Olympics football tournament. Epalle was also a member of the Cameroon squad that won the 2002 African Cup of Nations. He began his career in his local team called Union Douala. Epalle signed for Greek club Ethnikos in December 1997. Until the end of the season Epalle played in 16 matches for the club of Piraeus. In his second season for the club, Epalle continued appearing regularly, totalling 23 matches, not managing to help his club avoid relegation. In the Beta Ethniki Epalle managed to score his first goal for Ethnikos, in a match against Apollon Kalamarias. He managed to score two more, before leaving the club during the winter transfer window for Panachaiki. During the winter transfer window of the 1999-00 season Epalle signed for Panachaiki. He signed a two year contract on a free transfer, on 26 January 2000, after gaining his
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