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Americans rank in EPL player ratings
May 17th, 2007 8:54AM
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Four Americans ranked in the final Actim Index of the 2006-07 English Premier League season : No. 16 Marcus Hahnemann (Reading), No. 21 Tim Howard (Everton), No. 33 Brad Friedel (Blackburn) and No. 79 Brian McBride (Fulham).

The Actim Index is the official player rating system of England's Premiership and League Championship, identifying players who make key contributions.

TOP 10:
1 Didier Drogba Chelsea 628
2 Cristiano Ronaldo Man. United 617
3 Dimitar Berbatov Tottenham 611
4 Wayne Rooney Man. United 580
5 Frank Lampard Chelsea 572
6 Mikel Arteta Everton 567
7 Cesc Fabregas Arsenal 565
8 Gareth Barry Aston Villa 561
9 Benni McCarthy Blackburn 535
10 Gabriel Agbonlahor Aston Villa 517

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