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European-based Americans to MLS
August 22nd, 2008 7AM

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The move of Eddie Lewis to the Los Angeles Galaxy after eight seasons in England marks the 11th American -- nine of them U.S. internationals -- to return from European clubs this summer to play in Major League Soccer.

Greg Dalby: Charleroi (BEL-1) to Colorado Rapids
Cory Gibbs: Charlton Athletic (ENG-2) to Colorado Rapids
Nate Jaqua: SC Rheindorf Altach (AUT-1) to Houston Dynamo
Kasey Keller: Fulham (ENG-1) to Seattle Sounders (2009)
Eddie Lewis: Derby County (ENG-2) to Los Angeles Galaxy
Clint Mathis:
Ergotelis (GRE-1) to Real Salt Lake
Brian McBride: Fulham (ENG-1) to Chicago Fire
Pat Noonan: Aaleslund FK (NOR-1) to Columbus Crew (via New England Revolution)
Robby Russell: Viborg (DEN-1) to Real Salt Lake
Johann Smith: Bolton Wanderers (ENG-1) to Toronto FC
Josh Wolff: 1860 Munich (GER-2) to Kansas City Wizards



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