1- Uwe Kamps
Borussia Moenchengladbach goalkeeper Uwe Kamps represented West Germany in the 1988 Olympics. He did not gain any International honors as the likes of Eike Immel, Bodo Illgner, Andreas Kopke and Raimond Aumann were ahead of him in the pecking order.
Photo From: Fussball Magazin, Issue 11, November 1988
2- Terry Hurlock
Terry Hurlock was an English midfielder with spells at Milwall, Rangers Glasgow and Southampton.
He earned ‘B’ Caps in 1989 but never gained full honors.
Photo From: Goal, Issue 3, December 1995
3- Jacky Paillard
French and Toulouse midfielder Jacky Paillard was called up by Henri Michel in the Fall of 1988, but did not play.
Shortly thereafter, Henri Michel was sacked and Paillard’s International prospects disappeared as well.
Photo From: Onze, Issue 153, September 1988
(Jacky Paillard being welcomed by Manuel Amoros to a French National team get together)
4- Massimo Ciocci
Italian forward Massimo Ciocci had an excellent spell at Cesena (1990/91) while on loan from Internazionale Milano. He would have been worthy of a cap for impressing at such a small club but Azeglio Vicini ignored him.
The following season (1991/92) he returned to Inter, but failed to capitalize on his chance and his career stagnated.
Photo From: Il Grande Calcio 91 Vallardi
(Massimo Ciocci at Cesena, 1990/91)
5- Raphael Quaranta
Belgian midfielder Raphael Quaranta had a solid career for over a decade in the late 70s and 80s with FC Liege.
However, Guy Thys ignored him for the National Team.
Photo From: Foot Magazine, Issue 22, March 1983
(Raphael Quaranta at FC Liege)