James hayter AFC bournemouth
"Caps" is the number of International Matches a player has played in for their country.
1. Any player who is a naturalized citizen of a country in virtue of that country's laws shall be eligible to play for a national or representative team of that country. 2. If a player has been included in a national or representative team of a country for which he is eligible to play pursuant to paragraph 1, he shall not be permitted to take part in an international match for another country. Accordingly, any player who is qualified to play for more than one national association (i.e. who has dual nationality) will be deemed to have committed himself to one association only when he plays his first international match in an official competition (at any level) for that association. 3. The only players exempt from this provision are those whose nationality has been changed not voluntarily but as the result of an international decree either granting independence to a region or ceding part of one country to another.
Cap stands for Country APearences. It signifies how many times a certain player has played for their country in international competition.
There are specific rules that apply to non national playing for another country. This depends on the birth place of the parent and in some cases the grand parent. The country of domicile and the length of time that the player has been there and can claim nationalisation.
Eoin Morgan -Ireland Then England
yes he/she can
Bart Miadich debuted on September 2, 2001, playing for the Anaheim Angels at Edison International Field; he played his final game on August 12, 2003, playing for the Anaheim Angels at Edison International Field.