Gabriel Zakuani is one of the few players to have captained his country while on the books at the Cobblers – leadership that helped him transition into management after retirement.
Arnold Woollard enjoyed two spells with the Cobblers and capped off his career as part of the first Bermuda national team to play overseas.
Raymond van Dullemen is one of five Dutchmen to have worn Cobblers colours in recent history, and is arguably the most iconic trialist the club has ever seen.
Wales international Paul Trollope spent two years in claret and white near the end of his playing career, before becoming a successful coach in the professional game.
Éric Sabin’s 18-month stay at the Cobblers saw him make 60 club appearances and earn a UEFA coaching badge, before later netting for Martinique on the international stage.
Wales international Frank Rankmore played more than 100 times for the Cobblers and helped the club reach the FA Cup fifth round for just the third time in its history.
After more than 300 professional appearances with the Cobblers and Peterborough United combined, Trevor Quow travelled east to become one of the top players in Hong Kong.
From scoring his first professional goal as a Cobbler to representing Serbia in the FIFA World Cup, Aleksandar Prijovic has had one of the most unique senior careers to come out of Northampton.