"Apolides" in Italy

Apolides are players not representing a particular country.

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Aleksandar "Aca" Arangelovic
Born in Crna Trava (Yugoslavia) 18.12.1920 forward
died in Beograd 8.9.1999
As player
1932 Jedinstvo Beograd
1938-39 Jedinstvo Beograd
1944 Jedinstvo Beograd
1944-45 Prva Armija 55/?        
FC Metalac Beograd
Student Beograd 
1946-47 Crvena Zvezda Beograd 6/1  
1947 Milan (23 friendly matches)
1947-48 Padova II 4/3
1948-49 Padova 1/-
1949-50 Roma 20/11
1950-51 Novara 26/9
1951-52 Racing Paris (France)
1952-53 AtlÚtico Madrid (Spain)
july 1954 in Canada
october 1956 in Australia
As coach
1963 South Australia

Josif Fabian II (Hungarian name: Jozsef)
Born in Cluj (Romania) 10.8.1923 forward
1943-44 Szegedi Tisza Vasutas (Hungary) 27/17
1944 Szegedi AK (Hungary) 4/2
1945 MAVAG Budapest (Hungary) 1/-
Ferar Cluj
1945-46 Carmen Bucuresti
1946-47 Carmen Bucuresti 13/13
Szegedi AK (Hungary) 1/-
1947-48 Torino 15/9
1948-49 Lucchese Lucca 28/12
1949-50 Bari 31/4
1950-51 Bari II 32/11
1951-52 Cannes (France)
1952-53 Cannes (France) ?/5
1951-52 Roubaix (France)
1953-54 Sporting Lisboa (Portugal)

Istvßn Nyers I
Born in Merlebach (France) 25.5.1924 forward
1942 Subotica (Yugoslavia)
1941-44 Szabadkai VAC (Hungary)
1944 Zugloi Danuvia Ganz 10/3
1945 Kispest AC Budapest 3/-
┌jpesti TE Budapest 3/1
1945-46 ┌jpesti TE Budapest 17/17
1946 Viktoria Zizkov Praha (Czechoslowakia)
1946-47 Stade Franšais Paris 35/21
1947-48 Stade Franšais Paris 27/13
1948-49 Internazionale Milano 36/26
1949-50 Internazionale Milano 36/30
1950-51 Internazionale Milano 36/31
1951-52 Internazionale Milano 29/23
1952-53 Internazionale Milano 31/15
1953-54 Internazionale Milano 14/8
summer 1954 Servette GenŔve (Switzerland)
1954-55 Roma 25/11
1955-56 Roma 29/9 
1956-58 no activity (training with Barcelona, Spain)
1958-59 Lecco II 9/3
1959-60 Lecco II 27/8
1960-61 Marzotto Valdagno II 11/?

Ferenc Nyers II
Born in Merlebach (France) 3.3.1927 forward
1946-47 Strasbourg 19/9
1947-48 Strasbourg 21/10
1948-49 Lazio Roma 18/8
1949-50 Lazio Roma 18/6 
1949-50 Hungaria FbC Roma (Demonstrative team)
november 1950 AtlÚtico Junior Barranquilla (Columbia)
1952-53 Saint-Etienne (France) ?/6
1953-54 Saint-Etienne (France) ?/9
1954-55 Saint-Etienne (France) ?/6
1955-56 Saint-Etienne (France)
1956-57 Saint-Etienne (France) ?/-

Nicolae Simatoc (hungarian name: Miklos Szegedi)
Born in Briceni/Bricsen (Romania) 1.1.1920 half
Died in Australia in 1978
1934 Ripensia Timisoara 
1938-39 Ripensia Timisoara 3/-
1939-40 Ripensia Timisoara 20/2
1940-41 Ripensia Timisoara 21/1
1941-42 Carmen Bucuresti
october 1942 Nagyvaradi AC (Hungary) 19/1  [NB: Nagyvarad (Romanian name: 
1943-44 Nagyvaradi AC (Hungary) 12/2            Oradea) was only part of  
1944 Nagyvaradi AC (Hungary) 1/-                Hungary during WW II.]
1945-46 Carmen Bucuresti    
1946-47 Carmen Bucuresti 12/-
1947-48 Internazionale Milano 7/3 
1948-49 Internazionale Milano 10/-
1949-50 Brescia II 30/8
1949-50 Hungaria FbC Roma (Demonstrative team)
1950-51 Barcelona (Spain) 28/2
1951-52 Barcelona (Spain) 6/-  
1952-53 Real Oviedo (Spain)  

Ivo Suprina
Born in Zagreb (Yugoslavia) 1.10.1921 forward
Strasbourg (France)
1948-49 Napoli II 29/7 
1949-50 Napoli II 22/15
1950-51 Napoli 3/-



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