Quenten Martinus

Martinus at Vegalta Sendai

Curaçaoan footballer who plays as a left wing for J1 League club Kyoto Sanga FC and the Curaçao national team.

- Quenten Martinus
Martinus at Vegalta Sendai

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FC Botoșani

Romanian professional football club based in the city of Botoșani, Botoșani County, that competes in the Liga I.

Romanian professional football club based in the city of Botoșani, Botoșani County, that competes in the Liga I.

Quenten Martinus

Curaçao

Lesser Antilles island country in the southern Caribbean Sea and the Dutch Caribbean region, about 65 km north of the Venezuelan coast.

Lesser Antilles island country in the southern Caribbean Sea and the Dutch Caribbean region, about 65 km north of the Venezuelan coast.

Map from 1562 with Curaçao indicated as Qúracao
Map of Curaçao in 1836
Willemstad, 1885
Luis Brión, a Curaçao-born Venezuelan admiral
The colorful buildings of the Handelskade in Willemstad, Curaçao
A Dutch soldier on patrol in Willemstad following the 1969 riots
Aerial view of the coast of Curaçao
Enlargeable, detailed map of Curaçao
Green Iguana from Curaçao
Melocactus macracanthos in Curaçao
Grote Knip Beach
Fort Beekenburg, Caracas Bay, Curaçao
Curaçao Parliament Building (Parlamento di Kòrsou) located in the Punda district, Willemstad
Parera Naval Base
Offshore oil platform in Curaçao
Historic area of Willemstad, declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO in 1997
A proportional representation of Curaçao, 2019
Jan Thiel Beach
Elkhorn coral with a Yellowtail Damselfish (Microspathodon chrysurus) in the Caribbean Sea in Curaçao
The Curaçao Sea Aquarium and the Dolphin Academy share this islet on the west coast of Curaçao, with Seaquarium Beach nearby.
Banco di Caribe in Willemstad
Santa Famia church, Willemstad
The Mikvé Israel-Emanuel Synagogue in Willemstad is the oldest surviving synagogue in the Western hemisphere.
Curaçao population pyramid in 2020
The University of Curaçao
A Bulawaya dance
Jurickson Profar
The Queen Emma (semi-open), and the Queen Juliana
Smith brug over the Waaigat
Kon. Wilhelmina brug over the Waaigat

Quentin Martinus, footballer playing for Urawa Red Diamonds in the Japan J1 League.

Roland Agalliu was the first foreign footballer that arrived in Romania after the 1989 Romanian Revolution.

List of foreign Liga I players

Clubs listed are those that the player has played at least one Liga I game for.

Clubs listed are those that the player has played at least one Liga I game for.

Roland Agalliu was the first foreign footballer that arrived in Romania after the 1989 Romanian Revolution.
Sebastián Dubarbier won two Liga I titles with CFR Cluj and was the first winner of the Liga I Foreign Player of the Year award.
Pablo Brandán won the Liga I title with Unirea Urziceni and Viitorul Constanța, also being named the Liga I Foreign Player of the Year in 2009.
Emmanuel Culio won six Liga I titles with CFR Cluj.
Joshua Rose is the Australian player with the most games played in Liga I, 113 and they are all for FC Universitatea Craiova.
Branko Grahovac won the Liga I title with Oțelul Galați.
International Mateo Sušić won three consecutive Liga I titles with CFR Cluj.
International Daniel Graovac won the Liga I title with CFR Cluj.
Eric de Oliveira won twice the Liga I Foreign Player of the Year award.
Juliano Spadacio scored 25 goals in 107 Liga I games for Rapid București and Astra Ploiești.
Júnior Morais played in 247 Liga I matches, winning the title with Astra Giurgiu.
During his period spent at Astra, William De Amorim managed to win the Liga I title.
Rafael Bastos won the Liga I title with CFR Cluj.
Adaílton ended his European career with a two-year spell at FC Vaslui scoring 17 goals in 59 Liga I appearances.
Zhivko Milanov appeared in 104 Liga I games for FC Vaslui.
Plamen Iliev played 103 Liga I matches for FC Botoșani, Astra Giurgiu and Dinamo București.
Patrick Ekeng died while playing for Dinamo București in a Liga I game against Viitorul Constanța.
Fernando Varela has won two Liga I titles with Steaua București and once the Liga I Foreign Player of the Year award.
Dayro Moreno and Juan Toja played together at Steaua București.
Jeremy Bokila had a prolific period in his only season spent at Petrolul Ploiești scoring 16 goals in 32 games.
International Saša Bjelanović played for CFR Cluj in two different periods.
Nicolas Godemèche with the 2012 Liga I trophy.
Cyril Théréau scored 10 goals for Steaua București in his only season in Liga I.
Bismark Adjei-Boateng won the Liga I title with CFR Cluj.
Pantelis Kapetanos has won the Liga I title with CFR Cluj and Steaua București having a total of 48 goals scored in the league.
Federico Piovaccari scored 10 goals and won the Liga I title in his single season spent at Steaua București.
CFR Cluj was Lacina Traoré's first European club.
Giedrius Arlauskis won seven Liga I titles with three different teams: one with each of Unirea Urziceni and Steaua București and five with CFR Cluj.
Eugeniu Cebotaru spent six seasons in Liga I at Ceahlăul Piatra Neamț and Academica Clinceni, playing a total 151 games in which he scored 17 goals.
Vladimir Božović spent five years at Rapid București, playing in 131 Liga I games.
Kehinde Fatai started his senior career playing in Romania for Farul Constanța, later playing for Astra Giurgiu and Argeș Pitești, scoring a total of 45 goals in Liga I.
Łukasz Szukała won three consecutive Liga I titles with Steaua București and was the Liga I Foreign Player of the Year in 2014.
Ricardo Cadú won a hat-trick of Liga I titles with CFR Cluj and was the first foreign player that played in over 200 Liga I games.
Tony has won two Liga I titles with CFR Cluj.
International goalkeeper Beto won the Liga I title in his only season spent at CFR Cluj.
Filipe Teixeira played for five different Liga I clubs winning the title with Astra Giurgiu.
Geraldo Alves spent the last years of his career playing for three teams in Liga I, winning the title with Astra Giurgiu.
Rui Duarte appeared in over 100 Liga I matches for FC Brașov and Rapid București.
Milan Perendija won the Liga I title with Oțelul Galați.
International goalkeeper Dušan Kuciak had a three-year spell in Liga I at FC Vaslui.
Miha Mevlja made his International debut for Slovenia during his spell at Dinamo București.
Pablo de Lucas played in over 100 Liga I matches for four different teams.
World Cup semi-finalist and Copa América winner Álvaro Pereira spent his first season in Europe at CFR Cluj.

Quenten Martinus – FC Botoșani – 2014–2016

Nabbout with Australia in 2018

Andrew Nabbout

Australian association football player who plays as a winger for Australian club Melbourne City and the Australia national team.

Australian association football player who plays as a winger for Australian club Melbourne City and the Australia national team.

Nabbout with Australia in 2018
Nabbout with Melbourne Victory in 2014

Nabbout set up Japan striker Shinzo Koroki for Urawa's 2nd goal of the match before coming off in the 75th minute for Quenten Martinus, this assist was Nabbout's first assist for Urawa in all competitions.

List of foreign football players in the Netherlands

Clubs listed are those for which the player has played at least one Eredivisie game—and seasons are those in which the player has played at least one Eredivisie game.

Clubs listed are those for which the player has played at least one Eredivisie game—and seasons are those in which the player has played at least one Eredivisie game.

Quenten Martinus – Heerenveen – 2010–12

Gino van Kessel

Curaçaoan professional footballer who plays for Hungarian side Gyirmót and for the Curaçao national team as a forward.

Curaçaoan professional footballer who plays for Hungarian side Gyirmót and for the Curaçao national team as a forward.

He made his debut on 10 June 2015 in the home leg against Cuba which ended in a 0–0 draw, coming on as a 69th-minute substitute for Quenten Martinus.

Afro-Curaçaoans

Afro-Curaçaoans are people from the island of Curaçao of African descent.

Afro-Curaçaoans are people from the island of Curaçao of African descent.

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List of foreign J.League players

Updated list of foreign players who have played for football clubs in the J.League, including division levels J1 League, J2 League, J3 League, Japan Football League, Japanese Regional Leagues and Japan Soccer League.

Updated list of foreign players who have played for football clubs in the J.League, including division levels J1 League, J2 League, J3 League, Japan Football League, Japanese Regional Leagues and Japan Soccer League.

Quenten Martinus – Yokohama F. Marinos, Urawa Red Diamonds, Vegalta Sendai, Montedio Yamagata, Kyoto Sanga – 2016–