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4. CLAUDIO REYNA: By the Numbers
January 24th, 2007 2:02AM

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Claudio Reyna, 33, the former U.S. captain who has played professionally in the top tier leagues of England, Scotland and Germany since 1994, and in three World Cups, has completed his transfer from Manchester City to the New York Red Bulls.

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Reyna was the first and only American named to the FIFA World Cup all-star team (2002).

112
Games Reyna played for the USA, including 10 World Cup and 31 World Cup qualifying games (8 goals, 19 assists).

7
World championships Reyna was a part for the USA: World Cups (1994, 1998, 2002, 2006), Olympics (1992, 1996), U-17 World Cup (1989).

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NCAA Division I titles won at the University of Virginia (1991-93), with Coach Bruce Arena, who is now the New York Red Bulls' boss and was Reyna's national team coach (1998-2006) and Olympic coach (1996). Reyna went pro after his junior year at Virginia.

74
German First Division appearances for Bayer Leverkusen and VfL Wolfsburg (6 goals).

64
Scottish Premier League appearances for Glasgow Rangers (10 goals).

17
European Champions League appearances for Glasgow Rangers.

3
Titles won with Rangers (2 Scottish Premier League, 1 Scottish FA Cup).

105
English Premier League appearances for Sunderland and Manchester City (7 goals).

$2.8 million
Reyna's VfL Wolfsburg to Glasgow Rangers transfer fee

$6.8 million
Glasgow Rangers to Sunderland transfer fee.

$3.9 million
Sunderland to Manchester City transfer fee.


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