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Dees With The Most Clubs

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Ones I can think of...

Mickael Antoine-Curier - 19

Mark Burchill - 15

Jim Hamilton - 14

Any other journeymen with more than a dozen senior clubs to their name?

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sara - 18

Caballero - 18

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Chic Charnley has 20 former clubs on Wiki!

Thinking at least 16 or 17 of them could be classed as 'senior'

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Dragutin Ristic had 19 according to wiki

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Chic Charnley has 20 former clubs on Wiki!

Thinking at least 16 or 17 of them could be classed as 'senior'

Looks like Charnley has had 15 different clubs Boba, so Curier and Ristic in the lead with 19. Charnley had four spells at Partick.

When I said senior I meant not including a player's youth career.

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Chic Charnley has 20 former clubs on Wiki!

Thinking at least 16 or 17 of them could be classed as 'senior'

saw Chic driving a black cab in Glasgow toon centre after killie game. Edited by OrientDee

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Craig Beattie - 13

Andy Barrowman - 14 (17 spells)

Tam McManus - 14

Tony Bullock - 15 (16 spells)

Curier's record is incredible!

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21 is going to be hard to beat.

Rogers appeared for 11 different Irish clubs in 6 years. Bonkers.

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21 is going to be hard to beat.

Rogers appeared for 11 different Irish clubs in 6 years. Bonkers.

Kelvin Jack had 16 clubs.

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Njazi kuqi with 17.

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Has there ever been a player with 1 club? Youth and senior?

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