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Americans in Germany (2007-08)
August 10th, 2007 6:45AM

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Of the 10 Americans in Germany's two professional divisions, only two -- Steve Cherundolo and Gregg Berhalter -- were with teams in these divisions a year ago. Youngsters Kamani Hill, Neven Subotic and Sal Zizzo signed in the last year. Josh Wolff and Heath Pearce signed as free agents. Joe Enochs, Josh Grenier and Ian Joy, all German league veterans, moved to the Second Division when their clubs were promoted. Of the four First Division players, only Cherundolo and Pearce are expected to start when the Bundesliga kicks off this weekend.

BUNDESLIGA 1
PLAYER (TEAM) GP/G
Steve Cherundolo (Hannover 96) 149/5
Kamani Hill (Wolfsburg) 9/0
Heath Pearce (Hansa Rostock) 0/0
Sal Zizzo (Hannover 96) 0/0
*GP/G in Bundesliga 1.

BUNDESLIGA 2
PLAYER (TEAM) GP/G

Gregg Berhalter (1860 Munich) 117/12
Joe Enochs (Osnabrueck) 62/2
Josh Grenier (Koblenz) 29/0
Ian Joy (St. Pauli) 0/0
Neven Subotic (Mainz) 0/0
Josh Wolff (1860 Munich) 10/2
*GP/G in Bundesliga 2.

REGIONALLIGA (D3) NORTH
Preston Zimmerman (Hamburg II)

REGIONALLIGA (D3) SOUTH
Tim Merritt (Ludwigshafen-Oggersheim)
Steve Purdy (1860 Munich II)
David Yelldell (Stuttgart Kickers)



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