Gini Y Cyhydedd has named Peter Obiang West Ham midfielder in a 23-man squad for the African Nations Cup qualification at home to Senegal.
After being born in Spain, a 26-year-old has been played for them under the age of 17, 19 and 21, but is eligible to get the Coup d'etat through his family.
Obiang has turned down the calls past by Gini Y Equid and Fifa will need to be cleared to exchange national loyalty.
There is one of six incapable players named by the coach Angel Lopez.
Among those who hope to make their debut, there are two spots of the keeper of Jesus Owono and the defenseist Luis Meseguer, who play for the B Rayo Vallecano team.
Guinea Quince Squad:
Gollers: Felipe Ovono (Mek, ele City, Ethiopia), Aitor Embela (Logroñés Promesas, Spain), Jesus & Owono (Alavés Juvenil A, Spain)
Defendants: Diosdado Mbele a Ildefonso Ona (Vegetarian Lions); Cosme Anvene (Deportivo Unidad), Igor Engonga (Almería B, Sbaen), Carlos Akapo (Huesca, Sbaen), Mariano Ondo (Cano Sport), Saúl Coco (Horta, Sbaen), Luis Meseguer (Rayo Vallecano B, Spain)
Midfielders: Pedro Obiang (West Ham United, England), Esteban Orozco (Utrera, Spain), Ruben Belima (Domžale, Slofenia), Pablo Ganet (San Roque de Lepe, Sbaen), Basilio Ndong (Shkupi, Macedonia), Nico Kata (San Sebastián de los Reyes, Spain), Santiago Eneme (Nantes or under 19, France)
Forward: Celesdonio Abeso (Cano Sport), Wenceslao Afugu (Vegetarian Lions), Josete Miranda (Getafe B, Spain), Salomón Obama (Atletico Madrid B, Sbaen), Jordan Nsang (Horta, Spain)