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Sonny Anderson

The Brazilian striker played for Barça for two seasons, from 1997 to 1999, when he entertained Camp Nou with his goal scoring prowess. During his time at FC Barcelona, the team won two consecutive La Liga titles and one Copa del Rey. In 1999 Anderson signed with Olympique Lyonnais, thus returning to Ligue 1 where he had previously played with Monaco.

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Marc Crosas

A product of the FC Barcelona youth academy until the summer of 2008, the Catalan-born defensive midfielder was sent to Olympique Lyonnais on loan following an agreement between the two clubs. After just a half a season in Ligue 1, Crosas joined Celtic FC of the Scottish Premiership.

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José Edmílson

The Brazilian midfielder left Olympique Lyonnais to join FC Barcelona in 2004. While playing at Camp Nou under the orders of then manager Frank Rijkaard, Edmilson had moments that were both forgettable, like a serious knee injury, and unforgettable, such as the team's second ever Champions League title.

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Éric Abidal

Following three seasons with Olympique Lyonnais, the left full-back joined FC Barcelona in the summer of 2007. In six years at Barça, Abidal became an idol. He overcame a tumor in his liver and lifted Barça's fourth ever Champions League cup at Wembley Stadium, thus giving the number 22 special significance in the annals of Club history.