|Full name||Juliaĵ Chentzansio|
|Year of birth||1982|
|Place of birth||Hänävissen-ó-Cräiteland, Craitland|
|Playing position||Defensive midfielder|
|* Appearances (Goals) |
Player has received at least one call-up for any emboldened national teams
Juliaĵ Chentzansio is a Craitish former-footballer who last played for Hänävissen-ó-Cräiteland FC, with whom he spent his entire professional career. Preferring to play as a holding midfielder, Chentzansio has some minor notoriety for having more FMF World Cup winner's medals than international caps.
Chentzansio began his professional career by joining his local side Hänävissen-ó-Cräiteland FC in 2003, following the establishment of the CrFA League 1. The then-20 year-old was given the club's number 6 jersey, which he would wear the entire time he played for the team, ahead of the inaugural season. While HóC were consistent performers during Chentzansio's earlier years, the club failed to win any domestic trophies before 2010. However, Chentzansio, alongside his central midfield partner Freddie Demo, did help the team to win the first edition of the EMUFA Cup for their first silverware, as well as six consecutive top-three league finishes.
Chentzansio's greatest contribution to HóC during the 13 seasons he spent with the club was to score the third goal in a convincing 3–0 King's Cup final victory over Osĵätoņ Aztecs FC in 2010; in turn earning his only domestic tournament win, having lost finals in 2007 and 2012. Chentzansio retired from the sport aged 33 in 2015, with his first team opportunities in the few seasons prior limited.
Chentzansio's consistent displays for HóC garnered him a call-up for the national team in 2007, playing in the 3–3 friendly draw against Shireroth that year. He was chosen for the nation's victorious 2007 and 2008 FMF World Cup squads due to club form, but remained behind Hjaņ Herä in the managers' plans. With all squad members being awarded medals by the FMF, Chentzansio gained two winner's medals for his squad involvement, making him the only Craitish player to have won more tournaments than caps, having failed to play internationally again following his début. Chentzansio never announced his international retirement, and remained eligible to be called-up until 2015, when he ended his playing career entirely.