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Winter Transfer Moves
February 20th, 2008 6:30AM

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[AMERICANS ABROAD] Robert Adam, a 6-2 central defender from Northern California youth powerhouse De Anza Force, signed with Scottish club Hearts' youth academy. "Robert is a big, strong, fast, skillful center defender and it comes as no surprise that Hearts would sign him as a professional for their U-19 team." said Jeff Baicher, president of the De Anza Force. The Canadian-born Adam signed a contract with the Edinburgh club through the 2009-10 season. Other Americans on the move in Europe include goalie Colin Burns, who signed with Sweden's Ljungskile SK, while former Creighton University player Tony Odorisio joined Finnish Premier League club FC KooTeePee. For all the winter overseas transfers involving Americans ...

AMERICANS:
Robert Adam DeAnza Force to Hearts youth academy-Scotland (D1)
Matt Allen
Creighton Univ. to Bryne FK-Norway (D2)
Bryan Arguez D.C. United (MLS) to Hertha Berlin-Germany (D1)
Kenny Bertz Rochester Rhinos (USL) to Elversberg-Germany (D3)
Colin Burns KPV (Finland) to Ljungskile SK-Sweden (D1)
**Chris Gbandi FC Dallas (MLS) to FK Haugesund-Norway (D2)
*Clarence Goodson San Jose Earthquakes (MLS) to Start IK-Norway (D2)
Andrew Jacobson Univ. of California to Lorient-France (D1)
*Nate Jaqua Houston Dynamo (MLS) to Rheindorf Altach-Austria (D1)
Will John Kansas City Wizards (MLS) to Randers-Denmark (D1)
*Eddie Johnson Kansas City Wizards (MLS) to Fulham-England (D1)
*Clint Mathis Los Angeles Galaxy (MLS) to Ergotelis-Greece (D1)
*Lee Nguyen PSV-Netherlands (D1) to Randers-Denmark (D1)
*Pat Noonan
New England Revolution (MLS) to Aalesund-Norway (D1)
Tony Odorisio Creighton University ('06) to FC KooTeePee-Finland (D1)
Troy Perkins D.C. United (MLS) to Valerenga-Norway (D1)
Matt Pickens Chicago Fire (MLS) to QPR-England (D2)
Chris Rodd
Univ. of San Francisco to Bryne FK-Norway (D2)
*Danny Szetela Racing Santander-Spain (D1) to Brescia-Italy (D2)
Etchu Tabe Georgia Southwestern Univ. to Ljungskile SK-Sweden (D1)
Kyle Zenoni Minnesota Thunder (USL) to FC La Paz-Bolivia (D1)
*U.S. internationals.
**Liberian international.

OTHERS:
Sebastian Botero (Colombia) FC Dallas (MLS) to Atletico Huila-Colombia (D1)
Denilson (Brazil) FC Dallas (MLS) to Palmeiras-Brazil (D1)
Andy Dorman (Wales) New England Revolution (MLS) to St. Mirren-Scotland (D1)
Alex Elliott (Canada) Univ. of Portland to Sportfreunde Siegen-Germany (D3)
Marcos Gonzalez (Chile) Columbus Crew (MLS) to Univ. Catolica-Chile (D1)
Andy Herron (Costa Rica) Columbus Crew (MLS) to Puntarenas-Costa Rica (D1)
Joseph Ngwenya (Zimbabwe)
Houston Dynamo (MLS) to Austria Kaernten-Austria (D1)
Ramon Nunez (Honduras) Chivas USA (MLS) to Olimpia-Honduras (D1)
Daniel Osorno (Mexico) Colorado Rapids (MLS) to Dorados-Mexico (D1)
Carlos Pavon (Honduras) Los Angeles Galaxy (MLS) to Real Espana-Honduras (D1)
Andy Wright (England) West Virginia Univ. to Scunthorpe United-England (D2)

 

 



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