1- Kizito ‘Kiki’ Musampa
Dutch winger Kiki Musampa was part of Louis van Gaal’s Ajax side of the mid-to-late 1990s.
He was part of the League winning Bordeaux side of 1999 and also had spells with Malaga and Atletico Madrid. He played for Holland at youth level (U-17s through U-21s).
He was selected by Marco van Basten in a provisional squad for a friendly vs, Germany in August 2005, but never played for Holland.
Photo From: Onze-Mondial, Issue 122, March 1999(Kizito ‘Kiki’ Musampa at Bordeaux)
2- Sebastiano Rossi
Sebastiano Rossi arrived at AC Milan in 1990 with Arrigo Sacchi as Manager, initially as back-up to Andrea Pazzagli. Towards the second half of the season he established himself as a starter. He would hold on to his spot with Fabio Capello at the helm and win many Scudetti. This despite pressure from the likes of Francesco Antonioli, Massimo Taibi and Mario Ielpo over the years.
The path to the National was always blocked by the presence of Gianluca Pagliuca, Luca Marchegiani, Angelo Peruzzi and Luca Bucci.
He did receive two call-ups in late 1994 but remained on the bench.
Photo From: Onze-Mondial, Issue 64, May 1994(Sebatiano Rossi at AC Milan)
3- Frederic Meyrieu
French midfielder Frederic Meyrieu was a solid performer throughout his club career in the 1980s and 90s with Olympique Marseille, RC Lens and Metz.
However, he was never called up to the National team.
Photo From: Onze-Mondial, Issue 81, October 1995
(Frederic Meyrieu at RC Lens)
4- Billy Stark
Scottish midfielder Billy Stark won titles with both Aberdeen and Celtic Glasgow in the 1980s but was never capped. He is routinely considered as a player who should have been capped.
5- Udo Horsmann
West German defender Udo Horsmann was a teammate of Franz Beckenbauer and Rummenigge at Bayern Munich (1975/83).
He won many titles along the way, but was never selected by the West German National team.
Photo From: Onze, Issue 92, August 1983(Udo Horsmann with Yannick Stopyra on the left after both had signed at Stade Rennais in the summer of 1983)