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2000 (loan) / 1996 (loan)Former Manchester United and Manchester City midfielder who went on to play in the USA, Australia and even Azerbaijan at the end of his career.
2001 (loan) + 2001-2007 / 1996 (loan)Former Latics captain who had a brief spell on loan at Birmingham during his formative years at Everton.
1988-1991 / 2001 (loan)Wigan-born defender who came through the ranks at Latics before moving to Coventry City. Joined Birmingham on loan from Bradford City.
2003 (loan) / 2000 (loan)Journeyed Scottish striker who came through the ranks at Celtic. Joined Latics on loan from Portsmouth.
2002 (loan) + 2002-2005 / 2000-2002Former right full back who helped Latics to two promotions, but departed for Nottingham Forest.
2002 / 2000 (loan)Former Manchester City defender who had a brief loan spell at Birmingham before joining Latics on a short term basis, where he made just one EFL Trophy appearance.
2003 / 2000-2003Former striker with an excellent goals to games ratio during his short spell at Latics. Joined from Birmingham and left for West Bromwich Albion.
2001 (loan) / 2001-2002 (loan) + 2002-2004Former Southampton and Blackburn Rovers full back who joined both Latics and Birmingham on loan from Rovers, before switching permanently to the Blues. Went on to play for Derby County and was capped by Republic of Ireland.
2006-2009 / 2004-2006Popular England international centre forward who joined Latics from the Blues. Powerful striker who went on to play for Aston Villa.
2007-2010 / 2004-2006Dutch full back who was installed as Latics' captain a month after joining the club. Came through at Ajax before joining Chelsea and spent time in France between Blues and Latics.
2015 / 2005 (loan) + 2005-2006Former Arsenal winger who recently spent time on reality TV show Big Brother. Free kick specialist.
2017 (loan) + 2017-2019 / 2005-2006Current Latics centre half whose father managed both clubs.
2008-2011 / 2007-2008Dutch winger who joined Latics from Blues. Went on to play in Israel, Switzerland and his native Netherlands.
2008-2010 / 2007-2008French forward who also joined Latics from Birmingham. Came through at Auxerre and also spent time at Juventus.
2008-2010 / 2007-2008Ghanaian goalkeeper with World Cup experience.
2008-2009 / 2007-2008 (loan)Honduran central midfielder whose brief spells with both clubs were enough to impress Tottenham Hotspur into acquiring his signature.
2015 (loan) / 2007-2012Central defender and MLS Cup winner with Portland Timbers. Joined Latics on loan from the Oregon based club. Played for Aston Villa and West Brom either side of 150+ games for Birmingham.
2007-2008 (loan) / 2008-2011Striker who joined Latics on loan from Charlton and was the club's leading goal scorer in 2007-2008. Scored a hat-trick in a 5-3 win against Blackburn.
2009-2010 (loan) / 2009 (loan)Former Chelsea forward who joined both clubs on loan from Stamford Bridge during his formative years. Has won multiple honours north of the border with Celtic.
2012-2014 / 2010-2012Popular Chilean left sider who arrived at Latics and helped spark the great escape of 2011-12. Spent the previous two years at Blues and picked up a League Cup winners' medal.
2010-2011 / 2011-2013Scottish central defender and brother of a former Latics manager.
2008-2009 / 2011-2013Jamaican international forward who joined Latics from Watford. Scored 29 goals in 67 league appearances for Birmingham.
2016-2018 + 2018 (loan) / 2013-2014 (loan)Superman.
2014 (loan) + 2014-2016 / 2014 (loan)Welsh midfielder who joined Latics from Manchester City having impressed on loan at Birmingham in the previous season. Went on to play for Huddersfield Town and Cardiff City before joining Ipswich Town.
2006-2008 / 2014-2017Recently retired Welsh winger who joined Latics as a 17-year-old from Bristol City. Left Birmingham in 2017 for a short stint in India with ATK.
2011-2015 / 2015 (loan)Former Watford youngster who represented Republic of Ireland at youth levels. Central defender who left Latics for Rangers following a short spell on loan at Birmingham.
2013 (loan) / 2016 (loan) + 2016-2017Former Stoke City full back who took over Rory Delap's long throw duty. Played for Latics in the Europa League.
2018-2019 / 2015-2016 (loan) +2016Striker who spent the second half of the 2018-19 season on loan at Portsmouth before being released in the summer.
2015 (loan) / 2017 (loan)Former Liverpool youngster who played once for Latics on loan. Joined Watford in 2016 and has since had loans at Birmingham and more recently Sunderland.
2017 / 2018-2019 (loan)Striker who spent the second half of 2018-19 on loan at Portsmouth on loan from Cardiff City.
1992-1993 (loan) / 1982-1984Birmingham-born striker who sadly passed away in 2004. Came through at his local club but didn't feature in a league game. Joined Latics on loan from Tranmere Rovers.
1982 / 1979-1982Former Scotland captain who won the First Division, League Cup and European Cup. Joined Blues from Nottingham Forest, then had a brief spell in America before signing short-term for Latics.
1998 / 1993 (loan)Winger who came through at Hull City. Joined Blues on loan from Coventry, won the Scottish second tier at St. Johnstone before playing for Latics.
1981-1986 + 1990-1994 / 1988-1990Has the most appearances of any Latics player in the EFL. St Helens-born midfielder who came through at Latics before joining Everton. Rejoined Latics after his spell with Blues.
1983-1986 / 1996-1997Liverpool-born striker who scored for Latics in the 1985 Freight Rover Trophy final. Went on to play for and manage Luton Town.
1996-1997 / 1993-1995Hull-born centre forward who won the Division Three title in consecutive seasons, first at Preston North and then with Latics the year later.
1987 (loan) / 1984-1987Midfielder who came through at Mansfield Town before joining Birmingham. Left for a brief spell with Everton where he joined Latics on loan from.
1997 / 1994-1996Liverpool-born former West Ham United, Man City and Everton winger who joined Latics later on in his career. Arrived from Ayr United and left for Dundee.