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WPS Foreign Signings
February 18th, 2009 7AM
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FC Gold Pride has acquired Japanese national team striker Eriko Arakawa and Brazilian U-20 midfielder Adriane, while the expected signing of former WUSA star Kelly Smith (Boston) and the Chelsea Ladies duo of Emi Aluko (St. Louis) and Anita Asante (Sky Blue FC) brings to five the number of Englishwomen joining Women's Professional Soccer.

Boston Breakers
Christine Latham, Canada (Atlanta Silverbacks, W-League)
Alex Scott, England (Arsenal Ladies, England)

Chicago Red Stars
Karen Carney, England (Arsenal Ladies, England)
Heather Garriock, Australia (Sydney FC, Australia)
Caroline Jonsson, Sweden (Malmo FF, Sweden)
Frida Ostberg, Sweden (Umea IK, Sweden)

FC Gold Pride
Adriane, Brazil (Franca, Brazil)
Eriko Arakawa, Japan (NTK Belza, Japan)
Formiga, Brazil (Botucatu FC, Brazil)

Los Angeles Sol
Johanna Frisk, Sweden (Umea IK, Sweden)
Marta, Brazil (Umea IK, Sweden)
Aya Miyama, Japan (Okayama Yunogo Belle)

St. Louis Athletica
Eni Aluko, England (Chelsea Ladies)

Sky Blue FC
Anita Asante, England (Chelsea Ladies)
Collette McCallum, Australia (Perth Glory, Australia)
Rosana, Brazil (SV Neulengbach, Austria)
Sarah Walsh, Australia (Sydney FC, Australia)

Washington Freedom
Homare Sawa, Japan (NTV Beleza, Japan)



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