One family, two nations: Brothers who have played for different international teams
Published 23:00 22/06/10 By MirrorFootball
Jerome and Kevin-Prince Boateng are not the first brothers to play for two different international sides.
Here are the other footballing families who have been split by a national divide.
* Michele Andreolo (Italy) and Raymundo Andreolo (Uruguay)
* Gerry Baker (U.S.) and Joe Baker (England)
* Jerome Boateng (Germany) and Kevin-Prince Boateng (Ghana)
* Jim Brown (Scotland) and John Brown (U.S.)
* Chris Cahill (Samoa) and Tim Cahill (Australia)
* Archie Goodall (Ireland) and John Goodall (England)
* Dave Hollins (Wales) and John Hollins (England)
* Parfait Mandanda (Democratic Republic of Congo) and Steve Mandanda (France)
* Christian Vieri (Italy) and Max Vieri (Australia)
* Jose Luis Vidigal (Portugal) and Lito Vidigal (Angola)
* Manfred Kizito (Rwanda) and Nestory Kizito (Uganda)