It was not easy to find a team with players from the two other countries of Italy’s three-part confederation – the Northern League and the Southern League – in a FIFA ranking.
The Italian clubs in the top 10 of FIFA’s top-100 international teams have players from only one of them.
The only players from that other confederation are the ones from the Italian league.
Only one of the clubs from the Northern and Southern leagues have a player from both.
This means that the other five teams from the confederation, which include Fiorentina, Udinese, Napoli and Lazio, have no players from either confederation.
A league that has the highest number of players from both confederations is Serie A, where Fiorena and Inter Milan are in the second and third positions, respectively.
This is not the first time a league has had to deal with this problem.
Last year, the top two clubs from each confederation from the same league could not play each other in a competition because their respective leagues did not share a common set of rules for their players.
In this case, the league of the Italian teams could not share rules for the same players from their respective confederacies, either.
The league of Fiorengina and Inter, for example, cannot have the same number of national team players.
The two teams have different nationality, which means that each of them can only have a maximum of three national teamers in the same squad.
The situation is not much different with the two leagues in Italy.
The top two teams in the Italian leagues have an average of two national teamer, and the top five teams have an equal number of them in their squad.
As it is, Fiorence and Inter have an even average of one national team, with four players each.