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Winter Transfer Moves
March 18th, 2008 6:45AM

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[AMERICANS ABROAD] Kyle Veris, who played for the Los Angeles Galaxy in 2007, became the 13th American who played in MLS in 2007 to sign with a European club. 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 (D2) to Ljungskile SK-Sweden (D1)
Max Cream Meppen-Germany (D3) to Shelbourne-Ireland (D2)
**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)
Chris Konopka Kansas City Wizards (MLS) to Bohemians-Ireland (D1)
Chris Loftus New England Revolution (MLS) to Bunkeflo-Sweden (D2)
*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. ('06) to Ljungskile SK-Sweden (D1)
Kyle Veris Los Angeles (MLS) to Hodd-Norway (D2)
Brian Waltrip Sandefjord-Norway (D2) to Molde-Norway (D1)
Kyle Zenoni
Minnesota Thunder (USL) to FC La Paz-Bolivia (D1)
*U.S. internationals.
**Liberian international.



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