Non-Domestic Players

This section of the Archive lists former or current United players who are of a non-Scottish origin or declared nationality.

Damián Casalinuovo
Having played as a youth for Velez Sarsfield, Damián left Platense to sign for United. He spent just one season at Tannadice and left on 31st August 2010 to join Hamilton Academical, for an undisclosed fee. ... [more]

Victor Ferreyra
Victor was a highly rated, twice capped, Argentine striker from San Lorenzo De Almagro. Although a regular in the United line up in his first sdeason, he failed to reach his expected potential and played mainly in the reserves in his second season. H ... [more]

Gustavo Fuentes
Gustavo was one of several South Americans brought over in September 2000. He had played for several clubs in his native Argentina and also in Uruguay and Honduras. He signed for United from Club Deportivo Motagua but made little impact at Tannadice ... [more]

Marcelino Gallopo
Marcelino was a former Argentine Under-21 and Under-23 player who had been with a number of clubs in his native country. He signed for United from Club Almirante Brown but was released not long after he arrived. ... [more]

Mariano Montefiori
An Argentinian player formerly of Vélez Sarsfield and Platense, Mariano was brought in as a trialist during the pre-season of 1998-99 from his home club of Atletico Rafaela but was not signed. He was involved in the Club's pre-season tour of the Net ... [more]

Beto Naveda
Beto signed from Israeli side Hapoel Jerusalem under freedom of contract. He had earlier been with Boca Juniors, New England Revolution, Maccabi Acre and FC Ashdod. At the end of season 2000-01, he left United and was briefly with Dundee. ... [more]

José Luis Pochettino
José Luis was an Argentine player from Mexican club Cobras, signed for a fee based on performance. A former Under-19 international he made little impact before leaving at the end of April 1992. ... [more]

Walter Rojas
Walter was alledgedly a ten times capped Argentine international. He was at Tannadice on a trial basis and never made it to first team level. Contrary to popular belief only a minimal fee was involved. ... [more]