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List of transfers of Segunda División – 2006–07 season

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List of transfers of Segunda División – 2006–07 season

Contents

  • Deportivo Alavés 1
  • Albacete Balompié 2
  • UD Almería 3
  • Cádiz CF 4
  • CD Castellón 5
  • Ciudad de Murcia 6
  • Polideportivo Ejido 7
  • Elche CF 8
  • Sporting de Gijón 9
  • Hércules CF 10
  • Málaga CF 11
  • CD Numancia 12
  • UD Las Palmas 13
  • Lorca Deportiva 14
  • SD Ponferradina 15
  • Real Madrid Castilla 16
  • Real Murcia 17
  • UD Salamanca 18
  • CD Tenerife 19
  • Real Valladolid 20
  • UD Vecindario 21
  • Xerez CD 22

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Albacete Balompié

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UD Almería

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Cádiz CF

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CD Castellón

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Ciudad de Murcia

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Polideportivo Ejido

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Elche CF

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Sporting de Gijón

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Hércules CF

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Málaga CF

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CD Numancia

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UD Las Palmas

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Lorca Deportiva

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SD Ponferradina

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Real Madrid Castilla

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Real Murcia

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UD Salamanca

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CD Tenerife

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Real Valladolid

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UD Vecindario

Xerez CD

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