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Charlie Davies hits hat trick in Sweden
November 1st, 2007 7AM

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[VIDEO/AMERICANS ABROAD] Charlie Davies, the New Hampshire product who played college ball at Boston College through 2006, scored a hat trick in Hammarby IF's last game of the season after going scoreless in the first 19 games of the season. Davies, who has been capped three times by the USA, was expected to be a high pick in the 2007 MLS draft but opted for a career abroad after Hammarby offered a reported $1 million-plus deal for four seasons.

Click HERE for video of Davies' hat trick.

Davies' hat trick led Hammarby IF to a 4-0 victory over GAIS. Hammarby finished in sixth place.

Davies debuted for the USA in a 4-1 win over China in last June as a 66th minute sub. He came on in the 64th minute of the USA's 1-0 loss to Colombia at last summer's Copa America, and was an 85th minute sub in the USA's 1-0 loss to Sweden in August.



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