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Malaga Squad 2015

This is the current Malaga squad - click on any of the Malaga squad players to see videos, numbers, stats and pictures of that Malaga player. If you have any information or updates of changes to the latest Malaga squad list, please contact us.

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Guillermo Ochoa
Guillermo Ochoa
Ignacio Camacho
Ignacio Camacho
Luis Alberto
Luis Alberto
Nordin Amrabat
Nordin Amrabat
Roberto Rosales
Roberto Rosales
Francisco Portillo
Francisco Portillo
Sergio Sanchez
Sergio Sanchez
Roque Santa Cruz
Roque Santa Cruz
Duda
Duda
Arthur Boka
Arthur Boka
Carlos Kameni
Carlos Kameni
Weligton
Weligton
Marcos Angeleri
Marcos Angeleri
Miguel Torres
Miguel Torres
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